New BOMU president vows to fight piracy

Michael Mmusi
Michael Mmusi

Newly elected president of the Botswana Musician Union (BOMU), Michael Mike Mmusi, has said that his primary objective is to fight piracy, as he began his tenure last Saturday.

Speaking to Showbiz after his win, Mmusi said, “The journey has just started, the hope for a better industry lies with me and my team, and I am confident that with the support of not only union members but also of the outgoing committee, BOMU will be what we have always envisioned it to be”. 

The new president added, “I wish to take this time to give a stern warning to those who continue to pirate music and sell it at a lesser price, my term in office I will be to fight piracy with everything I have. 

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