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Ministry of Tourism, Creative Arts and Culture To Launch Platform To Sell Ghanaian Creative Products

Ghana’s Minister for Tourism, Creative Arts and Culture, Barbara Oteng Gyasi,  has hinted her Ministry would soon make available a digital platform where creative products would be made available for purchase.

As monitored by Ghana’s Hub For Pop Culture & Urban Entertainment News – www.nydjlive.com, Barbara Oteng Gyasi in a televised video during Stonebwoy’s album listening session on Joy Prime, Thursday, April 23, 2020,  congratulated the musician on the release of his new album Anloga Junction and admonished members of the general public to listen to and download the album from digital music stores since that was one of the only avenues musicians could generate some income from their work.

Barbara Oteng Gyasi also hinted on her ministry’s plans to make available a platform where creative platforms products could be purchased.

“It is my pleasure to congratulate Stonebwoy on the occasion of his album listening. We know that these are not ordinary times but he’s ensuring that he remains relevant during this very difficult period. As he launches his album and brings it to our homes virtually, I would like to encourage the members of the general public to listen and download from the online music stores because this is the only way that our musicians can generate some income.

Very soon, the Ministry shall make available a platform where creative products can be purchased. We will also encourage all our creative industry practitioners to take advantage of the virtual space to make their performances available to the general public during this very difficult period..” she said.

Watch the video from below.