What has Mark Okraku done to hold the President responsible for his promises to the Creative Arts industry? – Sam George


Th Member of Parliament for Ningo-Prampram constituency, Sam Nartey George, in an interview on Star FM’s Starr chat, hosted by the famous journalist Nana Aba Anamoah.

The MP castigated the President of the Creative Arts Agency Mark Okraku who was recently appointed as the Deputy Minister-designate for Tourism, Arts and Culture over his inability to hold the President, Nana Akuffo Addo to his campaign promises to the creative arts industry.

Sam George recounted when Mark was campaigning for Nana Addo to win power in 2016 but he Mark, has been mute and reluctant on reminding the President to honour his promises to the creative Arts industries.

Theaters have been closed but churches, Bloom Bar and Sanbox are all working so why can’t the theater be opened and subject to social distance directives?, Sam George queries.

“What has Mark done to hold Nana Addo who he campaigned for in 2016, who promised to build theaters for the Creative Arts? What has been Mark’s input now that the cinemas are closed and the creatives do not have any sources of livelihood?”

Mr. George added that, before the closure of the theaters and cinemas, CEO of Roverman Productions, Uncle Ebo Whyte gave the opportunity to the likes of Foster Romanus and Clemento Surez to make a living out of their plays at the cinemas.

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