Liberia Music Union: Promoter worried of leadership’s silence

Hannah F. Saah

Liberian Journalist and Promoter Hannah F. Saah, popularly known as Fabulous Lady has expressed worry over the silence of the current leadership of the Liberia Music Union.

In a long Facebook post, Hannah questioned the leadership’s silence and asked several questions that are awaiting answers.

For the past week, only Amb Djweezy and four other aspirants have expressed interest in contesting for various positions in the upcoming Liberia Music Union elections despite the Union’s leadership not making any public announcement of positions that would be contested for.

Hannah has however questioned the number of positions available to be contested for, the elections’ rules and regulations.

Fabulous Lady, who told MusicLiberia.com that she might want to stand for the Vice President position, sounded worried and asked why the election is only centered around the hands of few people.

Read her full post below:

So the acting leadership of the Music Union trying to keep some of us in the dark en?

Incoming SG Amb Djweezy D Boss please update me with what’s unfolding presently, as it relate to the upcoming Election.

Are we as Promoters, DJs, Bloggers, etc, going to be given the chance to partake in this electoral process, by voting and running campaign?

What are the rules and regulations governing this electoral process?

Why are we not hearing anything, is this election only center around few hand full of people?

Who are those in the race?

How many positions to be contested for?

How many candidates do we have in the process?

Hmm!!

As for me, I want to be in the know, because I don’t want problem ho!!

This Union belongs to us all, and we must help in the decision making for the betterment of our our Music Union.

I am waiting for answers ho 😐😐!!

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James Momo is popularly known in showbiz as 'Drizzy'. He is a music critic, writer and pundit on several entertainment shows on radio. James has been writing on Liberian music since 2014.

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