Ghana's favorite playwright, James Ebo Whyte, has chastised members of Ghana creative arts industry for not giving corporate industry enough reason to support the struggling creative arts industry.
James Ebo Whyte, popularly referred to as Uncle Ebo Whyte, has chimed into the debate regarding the lack of support to the creative arts industry by corporate industry.
Ebo Whyte spoke during a Q&A session at the launch of his book titled 'The Perfect Couple', and also a launch for his newest play called 'Rejected', said producers in the creative arts industry needed to do more to garner the support they wanted.
He noted that businesses will invest in a product if they knew what profits they could gain from the investment, he added that producers in the creative arts had always failed to give businesses those profits.
This comes after members of the creative industry lamented that they received very little aid from businesses or corporate Ghana.
James Ebo whyte's the author of hit plays like Forbidden, Puppeteers, Babanas and Groundnuts, and The Smartest Man Alive.