Ben Brako to sue Ambolley over MUSIGA money allegations

Ben Brako to sue Ambolley over MUSIGA money allegations

- It seems the woes of highlife musician Gyedu Blay Ambolley are far from over

- Singer Ben Brako has asked Gyedu Blay Ambolley to retract a defamatory comment he made about him and apologize

- Ben Brako added that if Ambolley or face him in court

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Ghanaian Veteran Highlife musician, Ben Brako, has asked his fellow veteran musician Gyedu Blay Ambolley to retract a defamatory comment he made about him and apologize or meet him in court.

Ben Brako is the second person declaring an intention to sue Ambolley after rapper Okyeame Kwame.

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He served the notice through his lawyers Dr. Ekow Daniels & CO of the Jan Chambers firm on March 3, 2020.

This comes on the back of a recent interview Ambolley granted on 3FM, alleging that he has evidence that former President of Musician Union of Ghana (MUSIGA) Bice ‘Obour’ Osei Kuffuor gave Ben Brako, Okyeame Kwame and some friends GHC 50,000 each from the GHC 2million fiscal budget money which was given to the union by the government in 2012.

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In a post sighted by, Ben Brako said the claim which is an attempt to dent his hard-earned reputation is completely false.

He also demanded an immediate seizure to the circulation of that particular interview by Media General Limited as failure to do so will attract a lawsuit.

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“I am also asking my Solicitors to write to Media General Ghana Limited, since 3FM happens to be one of their outlets, to demand that they stop further publication of this interview,” the statement read.

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In an interview with Happy FM, Ambolley said Okyeame Kwame can take the issue to court if he wants to.

“Okyeame Kwame should go to court. If he wants to take the issue to court, he should,” Ambolley said.

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