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Bulldog unhappy with Dr. Awal and Mark Okraku-Mantey for their insubstantial contribution to the creative arts industry in Ghana

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Entertainment pundit and artiste manager, Bulldog has denounced his support for Minister for Tourism, Arts and Culture, Dr. Awal Mohammed and his deputy, Mark Okraku – Mantey for their insignificant contributions to the creative arts industry in Ghana.

According to Bulldog, Mark Okraku-Mantey and his boss, Mr. Awal have not done anything to help project the creative arts industry in Ghana.

He disclosed this in an interview on Showtyme with Andy Dosty,

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‘‘I am a number one critic of Catherine but let me tell you something, the work she did has surpassed what Okraku Mantey and the rest are doing, I don’t know what they are doing, I don’t know what they go and do in their office, I don’t even know if they have a voice, and as people that are in that position, I don’t even know if when we call, we consider them,’’ he said.

Speaking further, Bulldog when asked, ‘what his expectations are’? suggested that providing equal access to resources and dealing with a range of subjects about the creative industry can help rather than not communicating and doing nothing in their office.

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‘‘What you expect is what I expect, inclusiveness of the entire creative industry, I always say I don’t have all the answers. I am expecting that, somebody like Honourable Mark Okraku Mantey, I shouldn’t tell him what he should do because he has been doing it for a while.

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‘‘As an individual, Mark Okraku is somebody I respect because he has worked hard, but as a minister, he won’t get any support from me.

‘‘What has he done? Tell me one thing he has done and then we can now argue about it, he has been in office for three years, he has done nothing. We saw Catherine doing some stuff, like AFRIMA, I kicked against AFRIMA because I had a feeling we were just going to give our money to Nigerians. We could have injected it in our awards here but I think she wanted to mix the culture and maybe the execution wasn’t well planned.

‘‘But what has mark and his new boss, Dr. Awal done, they have done nothing, he stated.

Bulldog additionally stated that the citizens are paying taxes but the services rendered to them do not amount to anything.

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