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Government Allocates $10m To The Creative Arts Industry – Socrate Sarfo Reveal



The Director for Creative Arts at the National Commission on Culture in Ghana, Socrates Sarfo has revealed that the government of Ghana has allocated $10m to the development of the creative arts industry.

Speaking in a discussion on Okay FM’s “Best Entertainment Program” hosted by Halifax Ansah, the New Patriotic Party member mentioned that there’s money allocated to the arts industry contrary to reports of negligence.

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His statement was met with stiff opposition from fellow panelists, Rex Omar, Bulldog and Sadiq Abdulai Abu. They questioned where the money is, since no one seems to have an idea of where the money is located.

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Mr. Socrates explained that the money was acquired through the Ghana Exim Bank. He however, added that people in the creative arts industry have problems with accessing the fund.

Watch the full video below.

Source: AfricaCelebrities.Com