Ghanaian actress and Executive Secretary of the Creative Arts Council Bibi Bright has spoken about the President’s love and commitment to making creative arts sector.
In an interview with MzGee on 3FM, she revealed that there are many laudable projects in the pipeline that would propel the sector to a new height before the end of 2024.
“The President loves the creative arts industry and his government is ready to tackle creative problems. There are many projects in the pipeline to give the sector a new face. I remember this year, we got land to build the Film Village, Kumasi Culture Centre is being looked at and we have started a theatre at Kwadaso. It’s not like nothing was done in the past four years, steps were taken and by the end of the second term, all the things that have been laid in the pipeline would manifest for the creatives to see.” She explained.
According to the actress, her working with the government has given enough information on the intricacies of public policy implementation.
“Working at the council have made me appreciate the essence of patience, you know when the government is doing something it takes time, it needs to go through some processes before it is accepted. We are hopeful that the government is passionate about the industry”