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Research Is Needed To Measure Gains Of State Leaders As Against Their Promises On Creative Arts Industry In Ghana –Lecturer Propounds



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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Mc Desaint Glitters “Abeka Salah Fest 2024” With Energizing Crowd Control



Award winning master of ceremony, Mc Desaint puts up a world class show at this year’s “Abeka Salla Fest 2024”. The show which was organized by Hon. Baba Sadiq, the NDC parliamentary candidate for Okaikwei Central, sponsored by blue jeans energy drink, indomie, gig energy, among others.

The show which was held on the streets of Abeka got the whole country buzzing. Mc Desaint with his high energy and agility pumped up the audience with excitement and steered the affairs of the show with professional mastery over the microphone.

Artistes on the bill of the show were Dopenation, Olivetheboy, Larruso,  King Promise, Wendy Shay, Jupitar, Chief One, et al with Shatta Wale as headline artiste.

Checkout the performances of Mc Desaint avec the artistes from below.

For bookings, contact Mc Desaint via the following social media fora:

Facebook – Ike De-Saint Djan

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Telephone/WhatsApp – 0549214714


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Shutdown Franchise Pulls Mammoth Crowd With “Highlife Meets Hiplife” Independence Day Concert In Minnesota



Revered events hub, Shutdown Franchise has again sold out three shows in a roll in Minnesota in the celebrations of Ghana’s 67th Independence Anniversary.

The shows which commenced on Friday 8th, March, 2024, ended on Sunday 10th March, 2024. The events were in line to mark the 67th Independence Day celebrations of Ghanaians in Minnesota, and in the States at large.

The Goal of the celebrations was geared towards reliving and reminiscing on the art forms, especially music, which we had back in the days up until recently.

The first show, “Ye Wo Abonten”, to wit, “We Outside” which was on the 8th, happened at Rumba, Minneapolis – Minnesota. Although gates were to be opened at 9pm, patrons were waiting in a queue by 8pm, clad in their favorite Ghanaian regalias and flags.

DJ Lyriks, DJ Peaceboii and DJ Soundtainer treated all present to unlimited quality Ghanaian music from before till recent. KMJ, Patrick, Ogkoko and Mr. Mankato kept the party flaming till the very end.

The second Day, 9th March is when the main concert took off. The event happened at the Granada Theatre in Minneapolis, Minnesota. Labeled “Highlife Meets Hiplife”, the event had “Bisa Kdei” for the Highlife stance, and “Kwaw Kese” on the Hiplife ticket. Other artistes on bill were, H.Hardy, Raouf Denio, Fenom Vibez, Twin Cities Dance Crew, et al. The fire that rained on stage this day will forever leave indelible trail of emotions on guests, as the name Ghana was lifted up high in Minnesota.

The closing show, “Ye Wo Krom” which happened on Sunday, 10th March, was a straight jam party vibe that saw DJs; DJ Eazy E, DJ Oceeking, DJ Famous and DJ Lyriks treating attenders with the very best of authentic and unadulterated Ghanaian music.

The events became well liked to the extent that the state of Minnesota joined up in the celebrations, and its Governor, Tim Walz proclaimed the weekend as “Ghana’s Heritage Weekend”.

All videos and pictures sprouting from the events really attest that they were indeed the best or part of the best Ghanaian Diasporan events to have happened this year.

Checkout some videos from the events from below.


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