Musician and political activist, A-Plus has alleged that the government through the Creative Arts Ministry is sharing money to individuals in the Creative Arts industry.
According to A-Plus, the one making these payments is Mark Okraku Mantey, the deputy Minister of Tourism, Arts and Culture. In order to give weight to his claims, A-Plus stated categorically that entertainment pundit, Arnold Asamoah-Baidoo was called to come and receive his share of the money but Arnold refused stating that he is not a member of the Creative Arts.
It appears A-Plus is making these revelations in response to the criticism he has received from some players in the Creative arts industry for his failure to invite them for the meeting with the Inspector-General of Police. For A-Plus, the disgruntled celebrities will be better served focusing on why they have been excluded from the alleged payments being made by the deputy Creative Arts Minister.
Here’s the link to the video of A-Plus making these allegations