Creative arts receive GHC 50m from Govt
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Creative arts receive GHC 50m from Govt


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Finance Minister, delivering the 2020 budget mid-year review before Parliament, indicated the government is allocating the money to cushion the Creative Arts and media.
Speaking in an interview on 'Entertainment Review' on Peace FM, Mr. Okraku Mantey established that the Minister for Tourism and Creative Arts, Hon.
Barbara Oteng Gyasi met with the leadership of the Creative Arts to discuss how the money will be distributed and used for its intended purposes.


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