The executives of the Musicians Union of Ghana (MUSIGA) have been visiting some record labels in Ghana recently and their latest stop has been the offices of BBNZ Live.
The visit to the record labels is aimed at strengthening the relations that the union has with other stakeholders in the music industry.
At the meeting with BBNZ, both parties exchanged ideas on how to help the industry to grow to make sure that it is competitive on the global market.
“We’ve seen you as a major partner and brand in the music industry, that when we feel we put our efforts together, we could arrive at visions quicker,” Bice Osei Kuffour, the president of MUSIGA said at the meeting.
The CEO of BBNZ, Kwame Blay, also welcome the meeting and said that the interactions like what happened during the meetings are core to building a stronger music front.
The MUSIGA delegation consisted of Bice Osei Kuffour, Bessa Simons (1st Vice-president), Ahuma Bosco Ocansey (Head of Special Projects) and Richmond Adu Poku (Head of Business Unit).