In response to rumors that he had GH13,000 in the black box of the Ghana Music Rights Organization, GHAMRO, Kwaw Kese has responded.
Rex Omar, the acting chairman of GHAMRO, revealed this information to Ghanaian entertainment writer Kwame Dadzie after Kwaw Kese complained on social media that the company had not paid him any royalties for years.
Kwaw Kese expressed his gratitude to the former Citi TV and FM broadcaster in a tweet in response to the efforts Kwame Dadzie made to obtain some explanation of the entire situation from the appropriate sources.
He continued by saying that even though he thought the sum being mentioned was too low because he hasn't received any royalties as a musician in more than twenty years, he was going to visit GHAMRO and accept his money.
The entire social media drama has definitely come to an end with this, but I imagine some people will ask why GHAMRO hasn't given the “Dondo” hitmaker this sum of money all this time, even if it is his money.
Rex Omar stated that they were holding onto the funds because Kwaw Kese had not updated his contact information with the company following the former COSGA's legal division into three CMOs, giving rise to GHAMRO.