The chairman of the board of the Ghana Musical Rights Organization (GHAMRO), Rex Omar, has revealed that he is not being paid for the volunteer services he has been providing for the organisation.
He commented on Kastle FM “Working for GHAMRO is not something I get paid to do, it is voluntary work and I am using the knowledge I have gained on my own because no one has taught me how to provide such services.
“I feel like I’m just helping make GHAMRO an effective organization to serve the whole country and I’ve been a part of this for more than 20 years,” he said in an interview with Amansan Krakye.
Rex Omar said that despite his selfless services to GHAMRO he is often insulted but because of the love he has for Ghana that is why he continues to work for the organization.
“People who insult me should know that not all of us can dedicate our time to that volunteer work but I love my country that’s why I’m still involved,” revealed MyNewsGh.com monitored.
He added: “When I stop what I’m doing at GHAMRO today, I can find something to do with my life; in fact, it won’t take anything from me because I have my life to leave with or without GHAMRO.
“But people don’t understand so they just talk anyway, but when I first went to GHAMRO, there wasn’t even a back office for the organization,” he concluded on the Kastle Entertainment Show.