The starving nature of the Upper East entertainment is worrying and many industry players have voiced their views on the growth of the industry.

While others feel our acts are not pushing enough to be recognized, many blame the inactiveness of the industry on the lack of investors who will help push our creatives to the desired height.

The latest to add his voice on this subject is, Akantoa Mani Mandela professionally known in the music scene as Mani Mandela. According to the ‘Gbelemo’ hitmaker, the problem with the upper east industry goes beyond investors.

In making a point this weekend on the bloggers’ forum, a Twitter space organized by bloggers in northern Ghana, the ‘champion’ crooner stated that the industry needs an organized structure like a regional branch of MUSIGA that will mine the affairs of the industry and help push acts outside the region.

He has therefore called on industry gurus and media personnel to come together and work towards the upliftment of the region