Ghanaian musician who doubles as an entertainment pundit Kingsley Ofori Appiah popularly known as Kojo Kinn has charged government and the private sector to build institutions that support children with inborn talents.
Speaking on a subject why child stars in Ghana are unable to grow, the “Be Kind” hitmaker among other reasons stated the lack of institutions that combine books and talents in our space.
“We need institutions that is specifically designed to support children with inborn talents such as singing, acting, sports, drawing among others” he added.
He further revealed that children in other jurisdictions have access to schools that allow them to develop their God-given talents right from infancy, however in our space, it is difficult for our children to combine the two because many of our school systems make little or no room for talent development.
This has affected the growth of many child stars as they have to put their talents on hold to pursue education or vice versa.
Kojo Kinn made this statement on CTV’s Class Showbiz hosted by Sammy Flex.
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