The Musicians Union of Ghana (MUSIGA) has called off the union’s elections to elect new national and regional executive officers indefinitely.
The elections which was scheduled for Wednesday, January 12, 2002 according to the
National Elections Committee (NEC) of MUSIGA will not see the light of day.
In a statement signed by Mr Peter Marfo, the Chairman of National Election Committee for MUSIGA which is in the possession of The Chronicle, after extensive consultations with the Electoral Commission of Ghana, the MUSIGA Elections has been postponed.
The statement said a new date for the election of National and Regional executives expected to take place on the same day nationwide would be communicated in due time.
The statement apologized to all the members especially the aspirants, 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”.
According to the statement, as part of the union’s effort to ensure a free, fair and transparent elections to elect executives who will be the true choice of members, the calling off of the elections have become necessary.