Agya Koo, Daddy Lumba TV to come on stream – Tourism Minister reveals

As a way of resourcing Ghanaian artistes towards their upkeep, a mobile application has been developed to air programs of the various artistes that would be enrolled onto the...

As a way of resourcing Ghanaian artistes towards their upkeep, a mobile application has been developed to air programs of the various artistes that would be enrolled onto the project, the Minister for Tourism, Arts and Culture, Catherine Afeku has revealed.

The first of the project which is titled ‘Agya Koo TV, will be premiered at the Accra Shopping Mall on Sunday, February 4, 2018.

The next in line of the TV series titled ‘Daddy Lumba TV’, she noted will be ready in a month’s time.

This will be followed by other artists who will sign onto the project, she added.“This is an initiative that is going to put a lot of money in the pickets of our artists. They need our support and we must help them by patronising the app,” she noted.

Hon. Afeku revealed this when she took her turn at the Meet the Press series, Monday, to brief journalists about the achievements of her ministry in 2017 and what it intends doing in 2018.

The project is a public-private partnership aimed at supporting the upkeep of Ghanaian artists.

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