According to a statement signed by Mr Peter Marfo, Chairman of the MUSIGA National Election Committee, and transmitted to the Ghana News Agency in Tema, the MUSIGA elections have been postponed following thorough deliberations with the Electoral Commission of Ghana.
The Musicians Union of Ghana (MUSIGA) Elections Committee (NEC) has postponed indefinitely the union’s elections to pick new national and regional executive officials, which were set for Wednesday, January 12.
The committee is working tirelessly to guarantee that the elections are handled in a free, fair, and transparent way, allowing the real choice of members to prevail for the good of the Union and the Ghanaian music industry as a whole, according to the statement.
A new date for the election of National and Regional executives, which is planned to take place on the same day across the country, will be announced in due time, according to the statement.
“On behalf of the National Election Committee, we would like to apologize to the Aspirants and members for any inconvenience this decision may cause them,” the statement said, adding that “on behalf of the National Election Committee, we would like to apologize to the Aspirants and members for any inconvenience this decision may cause them.”