MUSIGA ejects Dickson’s resignation

Reports reaching NEWS-ONE indicate that the executive body of the Musicians Union of Ghana (MUSIGA) has rejected the resignation of its Central Regional Chairman, George William Dickson, until further notice.

The union is yet to decide on whether or not to accept Dickson’s resignation because he is said to be one of the most hardworking regional chairmen MUSIGA has, the paper has gathered.

“Obour has not accepted the resignation yet. The fact that Dickson called for accountability and transparency does not make him a bad person but rather it is the channel he chose which is wrong.

Even with that, when the Arbitration Committee met, they did not do anything to him because we want to encourage people to ask for transparency. But this must be done through the right channel,” PRO for MUSIGA revealed in an interview.

George William Dickson over the weekend publicly stated that he had resigned as the Central regional chairman of MUSIGA but was still a member of the union. He however noted that his decision was informed by the various threats he had received from some members of the union.

Dickson had publicly called on Obour to render accounts of MUSIGA’s recently held Ghana Music Week (GMW) and although the union had released a statement to explain the expenditure and sponsorship package of the GMW, he continued to wage his war unabated and raise other issues.