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Bibi Bright gets government appointment in Creative Arts Council

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Actress and producer, Bibi Bright who campaigned for the New Patriotic Party during  the 2016 general election has been named among three persons to form the Creative Arts Council.The actress has been appointed Secretary for the council, led by Mark Okraku Mantey, boss of Slip Music.

Hon. Catherine Afeku, Minister for Tourism, Arts and Culture announced at the launch of the council on Wednesday, March 1 that Bibi Bright, Mark Okreku Mantey together with president Nana Addo’s daughter, Gyankroma Akufo-Addo form the Creative Arts Council. The three-member team, according to the Minister, would select the rest of the Council’s members and also set up the right framework for the council. Mr Mantey’s topmost priority as President of the Creative Arts Council is to see to the revision, ratification and implementation of the Creative Arts Bill and its passage into Law. Before exiting office, former Minister for Tourism, Culture and Creative Arts, Mrs Elizabeth Ofosu-Agyare inaugurated an interim 32-member Council. Membership of that Interim Creative Arts Council, which was headed by Mr Akunu Dake, included practitioners from Culture and Creative Arts bodies such as, Ghana Culture Forum, the Musicians Union of Ghana (MUSIGA), Ghana Book Publishers Association, Association of Visual Artists, Actresses Association of Ghana, Copy Ghana and Ghana Fashion Designers Association.]]>

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