Lawrence Nana Asiamah Hanson, popularly known as Bulldog, an artiste manager has stated that, government should stop investing in football and invest in the arts.
The artiste manager for Shatta Wale, Bulldog has said in a post on Facebook that, "it's about time government stop wasting taxes on sports especially football and invest solely in Ghana music and hospitality sector.
According to Bulldog, all the "applause and accolades" Ghana has in the world is owed to Ghana's entertainment and tourism.
He said, "hospitality and entertainment is a high earner and healthy contributor to the country’s GDP".
Bulldog concluding said government should stop the "foolish investment" in football now and invest in the arts.
"It’s about time we stop wasting our taxes on sports especially football — and invest solely in our music and hospitality sector.
All the applause and accolades Ghana has out there in the world presently is owed to our entertainment and tourism industry.
Hospitality and entertainment is a high earner and healthy contributor to the country’s GDP.
Stop the foolish investment in football now!
Invest in the arts."
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