Okuraseni Samuel chides MUSIGA for ‘disappointing’ donation at Kofi B’s funeral – Highlife performer Okuraseni Samuel has claimed that the Musician Union of Ghana (MUSIGA) contributed GH¢400 as its gift (Nsaabodee) at the memorial service of late artist Kofi Boakye Yiadom, famously referred to in showbiz as Kofi B.
The last burial service rituals were held in his old neighborhood, Asante Akyem Agogo, in the Ashanti Region on November 7, 2020.
He died on Sunday, February 2.
A ton of the late artist’s colleagues, companions, fans, family relations and supporters were available to elegance the event.
Talking in a meeting on Akoma FM’s Kwantenpon Drive with Tony Best, the ‘Mentor’ I finalist believed that ““it is such a big shame for a whole MUSIGA to contribute just GH¢400 juxtaposed to a GH¢7,000 contribution from an owner of Jerusalem Drinking Spot in Accra”.
The vocalist additionally communicated his disappointment in the current yield of performers who never appeared at the burial service.