Ghana’s royalties system has been in shambles since independence – Appietus
Ghanaian musician and sound engineer, Appietus has complained bitterly about the royalties system in Ghana and has said it’s in shambles.
“You know that in Ghana when it comes to royalties there’s nothing good to write home about,” he remarked on Kastle FM in Cape Coast.
Speaking on the Kastle Entertainment Show, Appietus born Appiah Dankwah advised musicians not to put their focus and attention on the ailing royalties system in the country.
He told Amansan Krakye “In this country the royalty system isn’t that good so if that’s what you depend on then it will worry you as a musician or sound engineer.
“Because if you look at musicians in the system even before us, they’ve complained about the same thing since we had independence,” he added.
“The story hasn’t changed so there’s no way anyone should put their focus on royalties maybe in future it’ll be better but for now it’s in shambles,” he ended.
Source: Amansan Krakye (kastlefmonline.com)