Creative Arts Council, media pay courtesy call on Ghana Embassy in Spain

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Representatives of the Creative Arts Council led by the President, Mark Okraku-Mantey and some media personnel, paid a courtesy call on the Ghana Embassy in Madrid, Spain.

They engaged the embassy staff about the Casa Africa Vis-a-Vis project and also briefed them on their itinerary for activities on the team from Ghana while in Spain.

The team met briefly with the High Commissioner H.E Elizabeth Adjei who expressed utmost excitement with the preparations so far to push the two bands from Ghana, FRA! & Kyekyeku, in Spain.

She explained it forms a core part of their mandate as a commission with regard to public diplomacy.

Vis a Vis concert

The Minister in the Ghana Embassy in Spain, William Manful, also urged the team to do more international collaborations as the Vis-a-Vis, to promote Ghanaian music.

He expressed excitement and encouraged Ghanaians to support the initiative within the media space.

Vis a Vis concert

 

He stated that the Embassy will be supporting Ghanaian musicians and bands in subsequent years for festivals whenever there is an opportunity.

The Consular, Harold Quarshie, was enthused that Ghanaians are featuring on the Vis-a-Vis Festival.

Vis a Vis concert

The team will move to Granada to meet with the Casa Africa team and join the two bands at Jaèn and Etnosur, where they will be playing to a multitude of music lovers from all over the world.

Vis a Vis concert

Kofi Atinka

Kofi Atinka