Ghanaian musician, Julius Kojo Antwi also known as the Maestro has parted ways with his manager.
Mr Ransford Antwi who is the CEO of Sunyani based Suncity radio has managed the musician for 11 years.
Mr Antwi made this known in a Facebook post sighted by KwasiAboagyeLive.com.
According to him, the multiple award winning musician in a WhatsApp message told him that he wants to go on a different direction.
He went on to say that Kojo Antwi expressed his gratitude to him and his family for what they have done for him and his career.
Mr Ransford Antwi indicated that he is grateful for the opportunity to manage one of Africa’s best musical acts of the century.
Below is his full statement.
After 11 years of association with his music acts, I wish to inform friends, fans, and partners that I no longer represent the management of musician, Mr. Kojo Antwi, a role I have served with zeal and commitment since the Maestro approached me to manage him in May, 2010, after seven years of friendship.
Kojo Antwi, through a WhatsApp message to me in May, 2021 confirmed his wish to go in a different direction, and that notwithstanding
expressed his gratitude to me and my family for all we have done for him and his music career. I have duly acknowledged his gesture and wished him well in all his future endeavors.
I am most grateful for the opportunity to manage one of Africa’s best musical acts of the century. I thank the almighty for the strength and resources to effectively mitigate challenges in achieving the resurgence of brand Kojo Antwi, his music and other strategic investments to ensure he was financially well-positioned.
I wish to extend my sincerest gratitude to friends, partners, and businesses who showed immense love and support to me and the Kojo Antwi brand during the period. I thank the entire Freedom Family team for their support.
Arts and Entertainment continue to be my great passion, hence my vast investment into the sector over the years. I will continue to help develop local talents and entertainment infrastructure, especially in the Bono regions.
-Mr. Ransford Antwi.