Famend Highlife musician, Akosua Agyapong has threatened to organise boys from Nima to cease executives of the Ghana Music Rights Organisation (GHAMRO) from attending the funeral of the late Kwadwo Akwaboah Snr who died on Tuesday, Could 16.
A visibly angered Akosua Agyapong who was talking on Kumasi-based Akoma FM in a video seen by Graphic Showbiz mentioned her determination relies on how unfairly the management of GHAMRO handled their members in want.
In an one other video the place Akosua Agyapong is within the studios of Adom FM, the Kokooko hit-maker accused GHAMRO’s management together with one Abraham Adjetey of providing the deceased a paltry ¢250 when he as soon as known as them for help to pay his medical payments.
“Akwaboah Snr known as me about three or 4 months to his dying and complained bitterly about how GHAMRO gave him ¢ 250 to prime as much as pay his medical payments.
“He was actually indignant and upset and wished to take the cash again. We all know that Akwaboah wasn’t a difficult particular person however see how he was handled,” Akosua Agyapong mentioned.
The dying of the veteran highlife musician was introduced by his son Akwaboah Jnr in an Instagram publish on Tuesday, Could 16.
He shared a photograph of his father with the caption: “RIP DADDY.” Akwaboah Snr is reported to have died on the Komfo Anokye Educating Hospital in Kumasi.
The deceased, 60, who’s credited with songs like ‘Awerekyekyere’, ‘Hini Me’, amongst others performed in his late father, Grasp Bob Kwabena Akwaboah’s Akwaboah Worldwide Band, Marriot Band and Oheneba Ntim Barima Band.
Among the songs he’s identified for are Awerekyekyere, Face To Face and Hini Me.
Kwadwo Akwaboah Snr’s one week is scheduled for Trede, off the Obuasi Street on Tuesday, Could 30.
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