Creative Arts School in Kumasi should be named after Sarkodie, Shatta, McBrown, Lumba & Ampadu – Ruthy advises Tourism minister

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The Kwadaso Municipality Senior High School for the Creative Arts in Kumasi is nearing completion.

Ghana’s government cut the sod to commemorate the start of building in 2019 of its first Senior High School for the Creative Arts in Kwadaso, Ashanti.

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To assist young people develop their creative abilities in the performing, audiovisual, visual, and literary arts, this facility has been established.

There will also be a library/creative space in addition to an auditorium and staff flats in the administrative building, as well as a dining hall and kitchen for the boys’ and girls’ dorms.

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This year, the Ashanti region’s Kwadaso Creative Arts Senior High School is expected to open its doors to students.

And as The Creative Arts School nears completion, Ruthy, a socio-political critic, has admonished Ghana’s incumbent tourism minister, especially Mark Okraku Mantey to name the halls in the school after personalities like SarkodieShatta, McBrown, Daddy Lumba, Amakye Dede and Ampadu considering their contributions in our showbiz industry.

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Written by Micheal Owusu


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