By Daniel NONOR, Accra
PRESIDENT Nana Akufo-Addo has pledged his government’s support to resource the creative industry to enable them to effectively play their role in national development. The President bemoaned that fact although the creative arts play an important role in the development of any nation, that sector is often neglected.He also lamented the fact that most of Ghana’s books and history were either written or published by foreigners.
By Isaac Aidoo
ACCRA-based technology hub, Meltwater Entrepreneurial School of Technology (MEST) has hosted 120 pupils who have been trained by both Finnish and Ghanaian instructors on how to make music through coding.
GHANA’S number one entertainment television channel, Joy Prime, is set to make this year’s Valentine’s Day an unforgettable one with a memorable night at the Alisa Hotel, North Ridge, in Accra.
REGGAE and Dancehall musician Samini has revealed that he would not hesitate to reply Shatta Wale should he release a song to ‘diss’ him.
Simon Mustard, an information technology education organisation has organised the second edition of its annual Xmas Tech Boot Camp for kids in the Cape Coast and Tema metropolises.
By John Elliot HAGAN, Accra
GHANAIAN talent management and entertainment solutions company, Spyder Lee Entertainment, has signed Ete Dakitse, who will soon be releasing his maiden album, after dropping some chart-topping singles currently receiving heavy rotations on radio.
VETERAN highlife musician Amakye Dede has revealed that Akwasi Aboagye of Peace FM is his new manager following the death of his former manager.
GHANAIAN hiplife artiste, Article Wan, has sworn to stay off all political songs.
He said this in reply to a question that was posed to him in a Twitter live chat with his fans ahead of Citi FM’s Decemba 2 Rememba concert.