He wrote that
“In Nigeria they open doors, in Ghana we shut them.”
Bulldog attributes the dwindle nature of Ghana's entertainment industry to lack of political will of government to support the creative art business.
He alleges that leaders in Ghana sabotage talents on trivial issues whiles Nigerians make millionaires from scratches.
“Government won’t make a deliberate attempt to fund the arts. When private companies do, government will frustrate and shut them down eventually
In Nigeria they make billionaires on purpose, in Ghana, our leaders will purposely unmake millionaires over trivialities such as punani.”
He believes that government has a paramount role to play in order to help artistes go global and win prestigious awards like the way Nigerians have showcased for the past few years.
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