Ambolley finally apologizes to Okyeame Kwame

After losing a defamation lawsuit against Okyeame Kwame, Veteran musician Gyadu-Blay Ambolley the plaintiff has apologised to the rapper.

According to a report by Graphic Online, the case was settled through arbitration and accepted in a court of law. The veteran musician was also compelled by the law to make a public apology and retraction of defamatory remarks against Okyeame Kwame.

During an interview with 3FM, Ambolley admitted to making mistakes about the use of money given by the Ghanaian government to the Musicians Association of Ghana (MUSIGA).

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He retracted his earlier claims that Okyeame Kwame had received a personal loan from MUSIGA funds and said that Okyeame Kwame had applied for and been approved for a loan from Midland Bank, which he had since paid back in full, as well as that MUSIGA had entered into an agreement with the bank to provide security/collateral for loans to support artists.

“I was mistaken concerning some of the details of the matter, particularly with respect to my colleague musician and MUSIGHA member Kwame Nsiah Apau also known as Okyeame Kwame and I wish to correct and clarify those facts,” the post read

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In the course of an interview on 3FM on the 22nd of February 2020 concerning the use of some funds donated by the Government of Ghana to the Musicians Association of Ghana (MUSIGHA), I was mistaken concerning some of the details of the matter, particularly with respect to my colleague musician and MUSIGHA member Kwame Nsiah Apau also known as Okyeame Kwame and I wish to correct and clarify those facts as follows:

Obour did not give Okyeame Kwame a personal loan from MUSIGHA funds. To support artists and enable them access to loans, MUSIGHA entered an arrangement with Midland Bank and provided security/collateral for the arrangement.

Okyeame Kwame only took advantage of the initiative and applied for a loan from Midland Bank which he was given.

He has informed me that he has since paid back the bank in full. To the extent that my earlier statements may have affected the reputation of Okyeame Kwame, I apologise and state that the errors in my statements were not made maliciously.