The flutist was the former serving President of PMAN, and at the end of his tenure, yesterday handed over documents to real estate allocated to PMAN, worth N5.6billion.
Tee Mac has released properties worth over N5 billion back to the Performing Musicians Association of Nigeria (PMAN).
The flutist who has a Nigerian-Swiss heritage, was the former serving President of PMAN, and at the end of his tenure, yesterday handed over documents to real estate allocated to PMAN worth N5.6billion. He handed the papers over to the new president Mr Pretty Okafor (formerly of Junior & Pretty).
Pretty has since expressed his gratitude for the gesture, and lauded Tee Mac for having displayed “the true quality of a statesman worthy of special honour”.
In a press release, Pretty also expressed his hope that other past leaders of PMAN who still retain possessions of the association will follow a similar path, and turn them all in.
The press release read:
“Thank you Dr Tee Mac. The Nigerian musicians under the leadership of Mr Pretty Okafor appreciate your kind hand over of the PMAN land documents that were in your possession.
“By handing them over to the president Mr Pretty Okafor, you have distinguished yourself as a positive reference point and a respecter of the rule of law. You have also displayed the true quality of a statesman worthy of special honour.
“We hope other past leaders in possession of PMAN property will emulate your foot steps even as we call on all stake holders to support our drive to reclaim the lost glory of PMAN and fulfill the objectives of its founding fathers.”