Ambolley names people Obour gave part of MUSIGA’s GHc2 million Government Fund To


Highlife legend Gyedu Blay Ambolley has made a damning revelation about former MUSIGA president Bice Osei Kuffour a.k.a Obour.

According to him, Obour gave his close associates at MUSIGA, GHc50,000 each, out of the Government of Ghana’s GHc2 million fund to the Union, in 2012.

The “Simigwa” crooner made this known in an exclusive interview on Accra-based 3 FM.

Ambolley noted Okyeame Kwame, Tic, Ben Brako, and Bessa Simons who were surrounding him, then, earned GHc50,000 each.

“We couldn’t challenge that this is for the welfare of the musicians and union welfare. When that money came, Obour gave those that were surrounding him GHc50,000,” he stated.

He reiterated that he knows everything that he is talking about, and as a result not fabricating.

“He gave it to them, as a form of loan which it wasn’t paid back,” he added.

Over the years, this fund has been contended by many industry persons, as many argue it never served its purpose.

Watch the interview below:

Source: Yaw Sarpong |