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The Hon. Minister of Attorney-General and Minister of Justice, Gloria Akuffo renews the operating Licence of the Ghana Music Rights Organization (GHAMRO) for another five (5) years.
With the renewal of its operating Licence, GHAMRO is poised to implement its 4-Year Strategic Plan approved at its recent Annual General Meeting held at the KNUST, Kumasi.
Dear Member, this is to remind you that the Reports, Accounts and other documents for the 2nd GHAMRO AGM is available at GHAMRO offices nationwide. You can also find same by clicking the link bellow. Join us for a worthy cause. AGM Documents..
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