Ghanaian rapper, Guru has ‘attacked’ the leadership of Rex Omar at the Ghana Music Rights Organization (GHAMRO).
The ‘Lapaz Toyota’ composer bemoaned over the bad leadership skills of Rex in an interview on Rainbow Radio.
He called for an investigation to be done into works of the Organization headed by the veteran musician.
“When was the last time I was given royalties? I don’t remember. These are the things we need to address. We need to do proper checks. Do you know we have a system that helps to track the number of times songs are played, but GHAMRO has abandoned this system because it will expose their corrupt activities? This is what must be investigated,” he stated.
His assertion comes after Akosua Agyapong described Rex as the worst GHAMRO Chairman.
“When Carlos was in charge, you (Rex Omar) were on social media platforms criticizing, and so, we thought given the chance, you will do better. Rather the situation is gone from bad to worse…As for Rex, I will say it again and again that among all of them, Rex is the worst GHAMRO chairman ever,” she said.
A section of Ghanaian musicians have expressed their displeasure over how Rex Omar is managing the affairs of GHAMRO.