The Ghana Education Service,NACCA and publishers have done something that has left many Ghanaians reacting positively and negatively. Although the anti-Ewe textbook left the public shocked and worried but they have done something that may be in the interest of the Creative Art Industry in the country.
Ghana's most decorated dancehall artist songs have been chosen to be taught as part of the Creative Art in schools. Following the great work coming from the camp of the Dancehall Artist, the Ghana Education Service has recognized him as the person children should learn about in schools.
When this post hit social media, many people have react to it. Some have blast the publisher and the Ghana Education Service for using Shatta Wale and some have also praise them for using a local artist instead of white people. Analyzing comments read so far from the post, what the Education Service has done will push the creative art industry to a place it deserves. According to some too, they should have used Artists like Sarkodie, Amakye Dede and some legends instead of the Dancehall Artist.
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