The Ghana Music Right Organisation (GHAMRO), a collective society for music right owners, will host an extraordinary meeting with its members tomorrow at the Centre for National Culture (Apatskese) in Kumasi at 10:00 am.
The meeting is being organised by the outgoing board member, led by Kojo Antwi, to brief the members about the upcoming elections, as well as the state of the society.
The meeting is expected to attract all the members of the society from the northern sector which include musicians, authors, producers and publishers from all over Ghana.
According to GHAMRO, the meeting will discuss issues such as financial report, royalty distribution, among others.
The management of the collective society hinted that the members will also have in-depth discussions on the affairs of GHAMRO, past, present and future.
On Wednesday, February 15, GHAMRO held a meeting at the GNAT Hall for its stakeholders in the southern part of the country.
In February 2015, highlife musician Kojo Antwi was sworn into office as the chairman of GHAMRO) to serve a two-year term which will expire this February 2017. He was sworn in together with eight other board members.
About 3,700 members of GHAMRO will soon cast their votes to elect new board members for the music right’s body.