Nana Addo’s Daughter Gyankroma Akufo-Addo Appears To Have Ditched Her Work At The Creative Arts Council Yet Probably Still Being Paid

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In creating the Elephant size government, The Ministry of Tourism, Arts and Culture, established a Creative Arts Council and appointed Mark Okraku Mantey as its head, actress Bibi Bright as secretary to the council and Nana Addo’s Daughter, Gyankroma Akufo-Addo, was made the Director of the3-member team.

However, developing news has it that the President’s daughter has apparently ditched the job because, in the early days of the establishment of the council,  sufficient logistics from the Government wasn’t provided for the team to operate.

Though the Creative Arts Council has later been provided with an office at the Accra Tourism Expo Center, an insider has informed EntertainmentGh.com that Gyankromma has still never shown up at the office of the Council for some months now.

She has not been seen at the office for quite a long time, especially after the Council got its new office at the Accra Tourism Expo Center,” the website wrote. The report further continued that Gyankroma “has also failed to show up at meetings relating to the Creative Arts Council at the Ministry for a long time.”

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The deep throat continued and told the website that “She is operating from her own office and clearly, it has nothing to do with the Council, especially when she does not show up for meetings,”.

We hope she’s not taking any salary as the Director of the Creative Arts Council since she hasn’t been at post for any official duty and neither has the outfit announced her departure BUT hey her father is the President so we won’t be surprised if she’s still being paid for being a spectator at the Council.



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