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“I Don’t Have Any Problem With Rex Omar – Akosua Agyapong

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Veteran Ghanaian female highlife musician, Akosua Agyapong, has stated emphatically that there is no ongoing feud between herself and Rex Omar, the Chairman of the Ghana Music Rights Organisation (GHAMRO).
Recently, disputes had emerged between the two factions, which was initiated by Akosua Agyapong’s outspoken castigations of GHAMRO and Rex Omar, where she accused them of a wide range of corruptible activities.
In response to these allegations, Rex Omar had opined that the female singer’s actions might be propelled by her inability to secure a license from the Attorney-General’s Department to establish an auxiliary collective management entity.
This back and forth had given rise to the potential of legal action being taken against Akosua Agyapong by Rex Omar.
In a recent appearance on the Asaase Breakfast Show, Akosua Agyapong shared her side of the story, reiterating that her major concern has always been the transparency within GHAMRO.
“To me, I don’t think I am attacking Rex Omar. He was the one attacking me personally, but I have always chosen not to discuss that because my focus is on GHAMRO,” she said.
“I don’t have an issue with him, but whenever he goes on YouTube, he directs attacks at me. There was a point where he crossed a line and I thought, ‘You have pushed me’, so I responded by conveying what needed to be said” she added.
Concerning the legal letter Akosua Agyapong received from Rex Omar’s lawyer, she clarified that the GHAMRO Chairman had his lawyer send her a letter, advising her to publicly apologize because she referred to him as a ‘thief’.”
In essence, Akosua maintains that her standpoint revolves around the levwl of transparency and operational effectiveness of GHAMRO. Any personal issues with Rex Omar, she stated, have emerged as a result of his actions, not her intentions.

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