Former President of the Musician Union of Ghana (MUSIGA), Alhaji Sidiku Buari has said he is unhappy with the current situation of the union.
Since Bice Osei Kuffour (Obuor) left office in 2019, efforts to elect new executives has been fruitless due to numerous court cases surrounding the union.
As a result, some members of the union have denounced their membership.
“I am very unhappy with what is going on, the court case is not actually necessary at this moment. The most important thing is to go to congress and elect their leaders, people who will manage their affairs. It is very important”, Sidiku Buari told Graphic showbiz.
“All these issues with MUSIGA is putting everybody off, even some members of the union are no more interested because of the plenty brouhaha. They should forget about these court cases because they won’t help anyone. They should just go to congress to elect their leaders.”
Asked if he experienced this kind of problems during his tenure as MUSIGA President, Alhaji Sidiku Buari said, “Like every organisation, you will always have issues but during my tenure, we did not experience these kinds of court cases like it is happening now.”
“Yes, we had our fair share of issues which we dealt with but not to the extent of going to court. Our issues mainly came from the popular musicians who were always bluffing because they knew they were hot,” he added.