Musicians Pledge Support For Deborah Freema

Musicians Pledge Support For Deborah Freeman

A section of Ghanaian musicians from the musicians union of Ghana who have declared their support for the gospel artiste Deborah Freeman this week has called on other musicians to vote massively for her as the 2nd vice president of the Musicians Union of Ghana (MUSIGA).
The MUSIGA election comes off on June 26 this year and Deborah Freeman is contesting for the 2nd vice president position with Abena Ruthy, also a gospel musician.
The musicians disclosed in separate interviews that Deborah is one of the few gospel icons who have worked tirelessly to promote the image of the union when she was the general secretary of the union and for that reason was promoted to lead the UNIWA (Union of Informal Workers’ Associations of Ghana). It is the biggest umbrella body of all Informal Workers under TUC of which MUSIGA  is a founding member.
According to them, if Deborah is voted as MUSIGA second vice president, they are convinced that she would improve the general standard of living of the musicians in the country.
They added that she would also make conscious efforts to create jobs for Ghanaian musicians as well as put in place policies that would protect their interest.
The musicians noted that the job of the MUSIGA 2nd vice president is very demanding and so requires someone who does not only have the ability to do the job, but more especially the energy to run around, adding that Deborah Freeman has the qualities to do the job better than other contestant.
They concluded by saying: “We don’t know about the other musician, but we think MUSIGA, under Deborah’s management, would make things better for us”.
Speaking in an interview, Deborah Freeman, who will launch her campaign in the second week of May, disclosed that when voted into power as the 2nd vice president of MUSIGA, she would work tirelessly to rebrand the image of the union to make it more attractive to musicians and industry stakeholders.
She however, promised to work hard to improve the living standards of members of the union and musicians in general as well as put in place policies that would protect the interest of the musicians.

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