Government Of Ghana Does Not Support Musicians In Any Way – Shatta Wale.

Shatta Wale has expressed his dissatisfaction and frustration in the reluctance of the Ghanaian government to support Ghanaian talents with resources to project Ghana music on a global scale.

Contentious dancehall musician in a self-recorded video intimated that the Ghanaian government has failed to support musicians in projecting their craft and the country at large to the rest of the world.

Shatta Wale stated that most of the channels Ghanaian musicians use in promoting their craft and Ghana music are owned by private Ghanaians in other country and musicians are always appreciative for such channels.

He stated that the Ghanaian government has never hesitated to support the football federation and footballers of the Ghana Black Stars with the resources and whatever they require to put the country on the map, yet they have refused to do same for the entertainment industry.

He also noted that most of the decisions taken by the leaders in the country mostly affect the Ghanaian youth in so many ways and the leaders need to understand that from different angles in order to make the right decision to benefit and cushion the youths in the country.

Shatta Wale continued by saying that most people face hard times and unfortunate conditions as a result of the bad decisions made by the leaders and most people are unable to voice out their sentiments on such decisions.


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Written by joseph ofori

Singer, Songwriter, blogger, lover of the creative arts.

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