Adom FM presenter, Ernest Adu Kumi has clapped back on a statement the Executive Director of National Theatre, Mrs Amy Appiah Frimpong said about dancing in Parliament house.
Mrs Amy Appiah Frimpong has mentioned that dancing in Parliament house will bring attention to the role of dance in lives.
In a conversation on DayBreakHitz on HitzFm with Andy Dosty, Mrs Amy Appiah Frimpong stated many take dancing for granted.
““This year we are dancing at parliament house to bring attention to the role of dance in our lives.” Mrs Amy stated on HitzFm.
In a reply on HitzFm, presenter Ernest Adu Kumi said he doesn’t believe the method Mrs Amy made is relevant and won’t cause any change in the dancing industry.
“Dancing at Parliament will not change anything. The Ghana Dance Company doesn’t have a website or online platforms” – Ernest Adu Kumi.
“People do not respect dance groups in Ghana.It‘s good that we’ve realised that dance plays a role in many of the things Ghana sets out to do. The National Dance Company is the best in the world.” he added.
In other news, National Theatre has called on the Managing Director of the Graphic Communications Group Limited (GCGL), Mr Ato Afful, to discuss partnership opportunities, especially in promoting their programmes.