Im Ready To Promote Traditional Music And Dance

Ebenezer Appiah, a cultural music and dance promoter and chief executive officer of Nezer Solutions, arrived in the country a couple of days ago on a working visit.

His arrival is aimed at studying the Ghanaian cultural music and dance industry, and also to proffer solutions to some of the problems confronting the industry players.

The CEO of Nezer Solution, a New Jersey-based organisation, has already visited a number of groups at Alajo, Abeka, among others.

Ebenezer Appiah, who has worked with a number of international event organisers, disclosed the numerous projects that he would be embarking whilst in the country.

“I am here to also extend an invitation to the Amamere Folk Music & Dance Ensemble to participate in this year’s edition of the Inter-Cultural Heritage Festival which will be held in November in the States,” he added.

Ghana’s culture and tourism industry, he pointed out, has a bright future “and when promoted very well on the international scene it can contribute towards the socio-economic development of the country.”

He also disclosed his intentions to invest in some of the traditional music and dance groups to create more jobs for the youth in the country.

Ebenezer Appiah added that he would liaise with some international event organisers when he returns to the States to secure gigs for Ghanaian cultural dance groups as a way of helping to help to promote Ghanaian and African cultural dance and music.

On his part, the leader of the Amamere Folk Music & Dance Ensemble, Badu Evans, says the group is working on a number of projects with some international event organisers to help put Ghanaian music and dance on the international scene.

By George Clifford Owusu

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