Wife of the Legendary Hiplife musician Okyeame Kwame, Mrs Annica Nsiah Appau has showed concerned and sent an important message to veteran musician Gyedu Blay Ambolley.
She wades into the allegations Gyedu Blay Ambolley made concerning her husband, Okyeame Kwame about him refusing to pay a sum of GHC50,000 which was given to him as a loan from the GHC 2 Million allocated to the Creative Arts Fund.
In a Facebook post, Annica expressed her disappointment in Ambolley, a man whom his Husband calls ‘Uncle’ and old enough to be their father. She wondered how a man they respect that much can “perpetrate lies” and “maliciously lie confidently about something that has never happened”.
The note comes with a letter from Okyeame Kwame’s lawyers asking Ambolley to withdraw the defamatory statements.
“It is a shame that it must come to this; that a person my husband calls uncle, mentor, Gyedu Blay Ambolley (a person old enough to be his father😒), can perpetrate lies about his reputation and character; Current case in question being his interview at 3FM, stating that he has proof (“documents”), that my husband, received GHC 50,000
from Obour @obourbice as a loan from the Creative arts fund of GHC 2 million which he did not payback.🙄n
Apart from the fact that this statement is a total fabrication and untrue I am in utter shock that a person old enough to be my husband’s father who should know better can maliciously lie confidently about something that has never happened.
NOW THE TRUTH: Okyeame Kwame has never taken GHC50,000 from Obour, never taken GHC50,000 from Musiga, never taken GHC50,000 from Musiga and Obour during his time as president, he has never taken GHC50,000 from any agency, institution, business or company that is associated with Musiga and Obour, and has never taken any amount from any institution that is associated with Musiga directly or indirectly that he never paid in full as fabricated by Gyedu Blay Ambolley.
Whoever cares to know must note that for the whole 1 year or so that he worked at Musiga, the net total of all monies he was given for driving to meetings, sharing his experiences and late-night brainstorming was less than GHC 3000. This is because the chartered accountant that the Musiga administration had hired would not work unless she was paid GHC 400 more to what she was already getting. My husband and uncle Rex Omar forfeited the GHC 200 each a month that they would have gotten as stipend so that the accountant could be paid professionally. My husband paid the Ghana cedi equivalent of USD 5000 as tuition for his Master’s Degree in Marketing Strategy at the University of Ghana Business School to acquire the knowledge he shared with Musiga out of love for the Union during his time of work at Musiga.
It is a chronic addiction in this country that SOME people spew black ‘clouds of exhaust’ without proof, calling it “my truth” 🙄🙄🙄 This is NOT our truth. It is THE TRUTH!!!
IF U’RE LOOKING FOR AN HONEST MAN, IT IS MY HUSBAND❤”