One of the industries that have been hit the hardest by the novel Covid-19 is the creative industry, which includes that Music and Movie industries. The ban on social gathering together with other Covid-19 regulations have made it impossible to organise movie premiers, music shows and concerts. That has made many producers and artistes run at a huge loss.
In the wake of those regulations, many shows and concerts were cancelled which brought huge losses to industry players. Though virtual concerts have been put in place, it has not been able to solve the problem of cash-rappedness in the industry.
Reacting to the setting up of an amount of GH¢50 million by government to support the creative industry, Mr. Logic revealed on Adom FM's Entertainment Hall show that he had never voted in his life.
He went on to add that, growing up, he was never supported by any government in any way, and that's why he didn't see the need to vote. He said he had never seen any government that supported the creative industry like the way this current government has done. He then made it known that he would vote for Nana Addo in the upcoming elections, because he thinks about the creative industry.
He ended by saying that, he will be joining the campaign trail of the New Patriotic Party to help secure another four-year tenure for Nana to do more.
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