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Research Is Needed To Measure Achievements Of Political Parties And Their Promises On The Creative Arts Industry Of Ghana – Bnoskka



Benjamin Oduro Arhin Jnr popularly known as Bnoskka, has asserted that it is about time a research is carried out in Ghana to assess the promises given by individual presidential aspirants and political parties flag bearers.

This research call is necessary because there has been too many promises said with hope of bettering the creative arts industry in Ghana, and it is obvious that an impact analysis is needed at this time of the year where a presidential election is coming on in 7th December 2024, so that an evidence based analysis can be presented to see what promises have been made in the past and how many were achieved right from the first republic to the current fourth republic multiparty democracy state of Ghana.

Bnoskka barred this in a discussion on Asempa 94.7FM with Obidombie Adu Kumi when asked about his comments on the promise Vice President Dr Bawumia made during his presentation at the UPSA Auditorium seeking mandate to be voted for as the next president of the NPP in the upcoming 2024 December 7, general elections in Ghana.

He further added that the research when done will be able to give fair review of achievements made from political promises when the sayer got power and also the government institutions’ contributions in the creative arts industry to promote stakeholders effort in creating jobs and generating income and growth for the creative economy of Ghana.

Bnoskka is a Creative Arts, Business and Intellectual Property Consultant and doubles as a lecturer at the Department of Music Education, School of Creative Arts, University of Education, Winneba.

Watch the video of the said discussion from below.

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Shutdown Franchise Hosts “Back To 1957” In Minneapolis, Minnesota




Venerated event hub based in the USA, Shutdown Franchise is yet again representing and celebrating Ghana in USA this March. This particular event is put up in accordance with Ghana’s Independence celebrations this year.

As Ghana chalks 67 this year, Shutdown Franchise has made it a point to bring to USA the “Back To 1957” Independence Concert. The show which spans for three days is slated from 8th March to 10th March, in Minneapolis, Minnesota.

The first day dubbed, “Ye Wo Abonten” (We Outside), which is on the 8th March sees the event happening at the Rumba, 2943 Girard Ave S, Minneapolis MN 55408. This is a jam party that has DJs like, DJ Lyriks, DJ Peaceboii and DJ Soundtainer representing. Also hosting the night is KMJ, Patrick, Ogkoko and Mr. Mankato representing.

The second day, Saturday, 9th March happens to be the main event, happening at the Granada Theatre, 3022 Hennepin Ave, Minneapolis, MN. The event night dubbed, “Highlife Meets Hiplife” with Bisa Kdei and Kwaw Kese headlining the night.

The last event day, Sunday, 10th March has “Ye Wo Krom” (We Dey Town)” show crowning the whole three day experience occasion. DJs on bill are, DJ Eazy E, DJ Oceeking, DJ Famous, DJ Lyriks, and hosted by JosiEnt.

For ticketing, checkout the links from below;

Day 1 – March 8th 🎫
Day 2 – March 9th 🎫
Day 3 – March 10th 🎫

For tickets and table reservations call – +1 612 450-5490.

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“Senseless Movie Is Better Than Pornography” – Shatana Slams Martha Ankomah




Philanthropist and female songstress, Shatana has replied famed actress, Martha Ankomah over her utterance on Kumawood movies.

Martha in an interview has asserted that most of Kumawood movies did not have substance and were baseless in terms of storyline. Shatana has rebutted her claims saying, that these ‘senseless’ movies are better off than movies with excessive sensual and erotic movies that Martha heavily featured in.

She expressed that there are most veteran actors and actresses who are finding it difficult to erase some movies they did when they were young because their reputation now is at stake but can’t.

She further issued a word of advice to young and upcoming actors to be on their guard as to the type of roles they take up because some are life altering in the near future.

Checkout exactly what Shatana said from below.

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