Producer and tech analyst, Kwabena Ofei-Kwadey Nkrumah, popularly often called Spiky, is suing the Confederation of African Football (CAF) for alleged copyright infringement.

In courtroom paperwork sighted by, Spiky contended that the football governing board used his musical beat, ‘Okomfo Anokye’, for promotional supplies for the 2018 CAF awards with out his consent.

Lawyers for Spiky indicated that CAF plagiarised, appropriated and infringed on the producer’s copyright after they failed to acknowledge him because the proprietor.

“The Plaintiff asserts that, the Defendants’ conduct was in blatant disrespect and disregard for Plaintiff’s proprietary rights in his music and a flagrant and brazen infringement of Plaintiff’s copyright which said acts of Defendants, has caused Plaintiff loss of substantial revenue from any licensing of his music for commercial use,” components of the paperwork read.

This comes three years after Spiky known as out CAF for copyright infringement in a collection of tweets in 2019.

“A young producer, working hard to make ends meet, the least you could do, some sort of remuneration, to motivate and inspire. But no! They just ignored me,” he wrote in his tweets.

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