MUSIGA commiserates with ex-president Rawlings
A former Ambassador and representative of the family of ex-President J.J Rawlings, Ambassador James Victor Gbeho has challenged musicians to continue to use their skills and talents for the improvement of society.
He was speaking when a delegation from MUSIGA visited the former President to console him on the loss of his mother, Madam Victoria Agbotui. Ambassador Gbeho thanked the union for visiting Rawlings and his family to commiserate with them.
The President of MUSIGA, Bessa Simons, on his part conveyed the deepest sympathies of the members of the union and the entire musical fraternity to the family of former President Rawlings and assured him of the preparedness of the musicians to participate fully in the funeral celebrations Mad. Agbotui.
Present at the meeting were the Vice President of the union, Rev. Dr. Thomas Yawson; the national organiser, Chizzy Wailer; the Director of Communications and Special Projects, Ahuma Bosco Ocansey; the Tagoe Sisters, Rev Dr. Mary Ghansah, Naa Amanua of the Wulomei fame, Pat Thomas, Rebecca Ray, Edem and his manager Danny Masoul among others.