Stop Snubbing Us During Your Meetings – Kumawood Actors To Creative Arts Ministry And Council

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Angry Bill Asamoah

The bill Asamoah led Actors’ Guild in the Garden City, Kumasi has written a very sweet love letter to the Creative Arts Council of Ghana and the Ministry of Tourism and Creative Arts to express their total displeasure about the manner they have been treated in recent times.

In a letter from the group to the Creative Arts Council cited by, they state that the council has ever since it started its work always neglected them in everything they do. The Kumawoods actors used the recently held end of year town hall meeting of the council as a clear example to back their case.

The Bill Asamoah signed letter also made the point that even though they are very important stakeholders in the arts industry, the ministry and its council have decided to turn a blind eye to them on not just this occasion of the town hall meeting but other important meetings as well.

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The Actors’ Guild in Kumasi warned the council to be wary about the manner they are treating them. They reiterated the point that this would be the last time they would sit idle and allow the Creative Arts Council to treat them like some nobodies.

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In their conclusion, the letter from the Kumawood actors urged the NPP government and ministry to as a matter of urgency try and fulfill their manifesto promise to build an ultra-modern theater for the Ashanti Region.

Find below their full letter to the Creative Arts Council:


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