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Alliance for Good Governance President Mr Samuel Ofori Damien has lambasted players of the creative arts over failure to present a common policies and programs to the government of the day for a subsequent assistance.

Mr Samuel said, players of the sector for some years now seems to be playing blame games and are even bent on making politicians look bad before the right thinking Ghanaians.

According to him, it is irritating and annoying to hear some sector players go on both TV and Radio stations just to rant without professing one single policy that will help change the face of the Creative Arts Industry.

“Governance is a broad business so if you belongs a particular sector and you realized you are lagging behind as far as development is concern, you identify the kind of development you want or need documented and then forward it to appropriate headquarters to be considered.” “But looking at the players and how some of them make their comments, you could attest to it that they themselves are divided and seriously pushing self-centered political agenda” he said.

Mr Samuel Ofori Damien therefore made a passionate appeal to the Creative Arts Industry practisioners to shoot beyond the moon and back their comments and suggestions with documents and send it to the right channels to be assisted instead of going on radio and TV tours.

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