President of the Musicians Union of Ghana (MUSIGA), Bice Osei Kuffour, more commonly known as Obour, has denied reports he’s a greedy chap chopping all the money at MUSIGA.
According to the hiplife artiste, those allegations stem from his enemies who want to bring him down, which he says happens to every person in a leadership position in Ghana.
Obour was speaking in response to allegations that he has squandered Ghc 2m given by government to MUSIGA. Obour claims the money was used to conduct an in depth research into the industry.
Speaking on Starr Fm, Obour denied allegations that he’s greedy, and said being a leader in Ghana is a curse as it’s an invitation for everyone to attack you.
“I’m not greedy… It’s looking as if it’s a canker to decide to lead in any form in this country,” he said.
He added: “I put my career on the line to lead MUSIGA. My mom has been worried but it’s a decision I have made to lead. People are accusing me with no substance. People are just inciting others against me. I think we should do further probing in some of these allegations so we make educative comments.”
Obour said that he sees his Presidency as a success, and revealed that after he leaves MUSIGA, he would go back to full time music.