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Support for the Kwadaso Creative Arts SHS is promised by Harvey Jay Mason Jr.

Support for the Kwadaso Creative Arts SHS is promised by Harvey Jay Mason Jr.

Support for the Kwadaso Creative Arts SHS is promised by Harvey Jay Mason Jr.

The Creative Arts Senior High School (CASHS) at Kwadaso in the Ashanti Region will get support from Mr. Harvey Jay Mason Jr., Chief Executive Officer of the Grammy Awards, for it to become a premier creative arts training facility in Africa.

He explained that the institution’s unique location would help it evolve into a national and international resource for finding and developing Creative Arts capabilities.

When Mr. Mason Jr. paid Dr. Yaw Adutwum, the Minister of Education, a courtesy call in Accra, he made this statement.

This was said in a ministry statement that was forwarded to the Ghana News Agency in Accra.

He first met with representatives from the country’s music and hotel industries before paying a visit to the Ministry.

To attend the 13th edition of the Grow, Unite, Build Africa (GUBA) Awards, scheduled for September 29, 2022, at the Kigali Convention Centre in Rwanda, where he has been nominated to choose a worldwide award, Mr. Mason Jnr. will fly from Ghana to Rwanda.

The CEO praised Dr. Adutwum and the Government for their efforts to use education to change the country’s economy.

He praised the Education Minister for his role in creating the Creative Art School to discover talents in the country and the rest of Africa’s creative arts sector.

Dr. Adutwum congratulated him on his decision to travel to Ghana and his willingness to aid in the growth of the nation’s Creative Arts sector.

He informed him that he was ready to work with them and other partners to secure the best backing for the country.

Dr. Adutwum, who is also the representative for Bosomtwe in parliament, stated that he is willing to work with the Grammy Institution to develop a robust curriculum for the CASHS at Kwadaso.

“We are doing everything we can to transform the old paradigm, the country’s educational system, and other measures that have an impact on the development agenda of the country,” he said.

American record producer, songwriter, director, and chief executive officer of the Recording Academy Harvey Jay Mason Jr.

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