The rap doctor Okyeame Kwame has earned himself another ambassadorial role, as the Commission on Culture has appointed him as the ‘National Cultural Ambassador’.
Okyeame Kwame made it known in an exclusive chat with NYB on MuseAfrica’s Big Talk.
He revealed how honored he was to be appointed as the National Cultural Ambassador, a role that will see him championing the ‘Made In Ghana’ agenda across the country.
According to the appointment letter his role includes serving as the Ambassador for this year’s Made In Ghana month slated in March under the theme ‘Wear the Talk, Promote your own.’
The Made in Ghana month scheduled for 1st – 30st March, 2019 and it seeks to promote Ghana’s cultural heritage, Local textile industry, reward creativity of the fashion industry and boost economic gains in the sector as well as the economy of Ghana.
Okyeame Kwame is already a Made In Ghana Ambassador.
Check out the interview.