Baba Abu Sadiq, spokesperson for NDC on creative arts has shaded movie producer, Socrates Sarfo stating that he has no right to talk about the creative arts.
He explained that Socrates sat on the radio not long ago and cried that the NPP is now trying to put in place somethings for the creative arts after being in government for close to four years.
According to him, the NPP even ignored them during their manifesto launch and it was not designed by an industry player but rather those who have no knowledge in the industry.
During the discussion on Hitz FM, Socrates Sarfo noted that there are suggestions that since everything is going on the digital space and streams, the government should plan on creating the government own platform for movie producers.
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Meanwhile, Mr. Logic jumped in defense of Socrates Sarfo that the NDC manifesto was not written by them (Baba Abu Sadiq and Rex Omar) indicating that the NDC old men wrote it and paid them to come out and defend it after taking money from them.