Top Music Producer Accuses GAPI Of Copyright Infringement

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Kwame Mari, aka Agyapaye, in an interview stressed that his works have been uploaded on the Internet for sale since without his permission.

‘I have not assigned any of our works to GAPI to sell them through the Internet.’

He also condemned the executives of GAPI for what he termed as unnecessary attacks on the board members of Ghana Music Right Organisation (GHAMRO).

According to him, his research into the activities of the GHAMRO had revealed how transparent the board was, and how they have been operating effectively for the past two years, adding, ‘They have also made have made a lot of progress and I am happy with our performance so far.’

The music producer warned the stakeholders to beware of some mafias within the board who were bent on creating division among the rank and file of the stakeholders.

‘I don’t support GAPI’s move to kick out GHAMRO board and its Chairman, Carlos Sakyi. GAPI should rather be dissolved because the entire executives have failed the entire music industry. I think the time has come for the stakeholders in the industry to reorganise ourselves and fight those who try to create problems for the industry.’

He noted that whether GAPI executives liked it or not, Carlos Sakyi and his committed board members at GHAMRO were focused on transforming the livelihoods and championing the course of its members.

Agyapaye declared that within two years in office, GHAMRO had made systematic progress and it was only the ignorant or those blinded by selfish ambitions ‘who see nothing positive about the gains made.’

 
 By George Clifford Owusu (beatwaves@ yahoo.com)

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