The Musicians Union of Ghana (MUSIGA) has appointed a new Administrator Rev Fiifi Khan Agyarkwah to steer the affairs of the Union. This follows the reassignment of the former Administrator Ahuma Bosco Ocansey aka Daddy Bosco as the Head of Communications and Special Projects.
Rev Fiifi Khan Agyarkwah has been involved with the music industry over the past one and half decades working in various capacities. Until his appointment, he was the Director of Special Projects for the Union and was on the delegation of MUSIGA officials who met the leadership of the British Musicians Union in London over the twinning agreement between the two Unions.
Rev. Fiifi Khan Agyarkwah has been a social worker and an ordained Minister Since 1998. He is the Founder and Executive Director of Multiple Motivation Foundation the organization that produced the first local content educational material on the basic facts on HIV/AIDS in audiovisual form synchronized with music for Persons With Disability (PWD’s) in Ghana. He has served as a consultant to both music and non music related organizations including the Ghana Association of Phonographic Industry (GAPI), Search for Rural Development, Pathfinders Ministry, The Christ Preachers Church, etc. He served as a secretary to the defunct Ghana Old Musicians Association. In early the 2000s he was a member of the management team of the nu-Ashanti Band led by Rex Owusu Marfo aka Rex Omar which toured Africa and France. He joined the Union as a Public Relations Officer in 2008 during the Presidency of Diana Akiwumi and was appointed Director for Special Projects in 2011 under President Bice Osei Kuffour aka Obour.
According to the MUSIGA President, the changes are in the wake of Daddy Bosco’s new role as the General Manager of Breeze 90.9 FM.