Minister of Tourism, Inventive Arts and Tradition, Barbara Oteng Gyasi has mentioned she doesn’t anticipate personalities within the artistic arts sector to cost skilled charges for that includes in campaigns on Covid-19.
The initiative which is anticipated to be carried out beneath the auspices of the Ministry of Data and Inventive Arts Council seeks to contain celebrities to leverage their affect in educating the general public on the virus.
“We acknowledge that individuals imbibe data in a different way and it’s typically simpler to switch data by means of creative items, so the artistic arts council is working with the Ministry of Data to provide you with little skits that may educate Ghanaians on the coronavirus and the protocols,” she mentioned.
The sector minister instructed JoyNews’ Doreen Avio: “some funding might be made obtainable to the technical manufacturing” with the hope that these concerned is not going to take skilled charges as a result of all-inclusive nature of the struggle towards the unfold of the novel coronavirus.
“I additionally don’t anticipate our business gamers to cost skilled charges on this wake as a result of we’re all serving to in combating the pandemic,” Mrs Oteng Gyasi defined.
For the reason that outbreak of the Covid-19 pandemic, celebrities have used their numerous platforms to coach and encourage Ghanaians to stick to the protection protocols as a part of measures to assist clamp down on the virus.
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