Rev Obofour Found Guilty Of Copyright Breaches
Jun. 27, 2020
The founder and leader of Anointed Palace Chapel (APC) Reverend Kwaku Antwi popularly known as Obofour has been found guilty by the court for copyright breach.
Recall that, female gospel musician Celestine Donkor dragged the man of God to court for extracting part of her song titled “Agbebolo” without the consent of the artist.
However an Accra Circuit court presided by Madam Eva Bannerman Williams pronounced Rev. Obofour with an explanation to infringement of copyright contrary to Sections 42(1)(a) and 43 of Copyright Act of 2005, (Act 690).
Meanwhile, Rev Obofour told the court that he accepted his fault by using her song on some various Television without her consent but added that he had already met her and paid compensation.
With the plea of Rev. Obofour, the court convicted him to be of good behavior for six months.
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