Mark Okraku-Mantey, the Deputy Minister for tourism, Arts, and Culture, has revealed what theministry is doing to get Tyler Perry to set up a studio in Ghana
According to him, the ministry sees this happeningfollowing a visit to the Tyler Perry Studios in the United States by the CEO of the Ghana Investment Promotion Center (GIPC) Reginald Yofi Grant, and some Ghanaians.
Speaking on Showbiz A to Z, on Saturday, Mr. Okraku-Mantey explained that the visit was part of the GIPC’s road shows to promote Ghana.
He stated this in a submission to Showbiz A to Z and in his submission he said,“We are pitching to the Tyler Perry team to consider Ghana if they have to build a studio outside the USA, that is the conversation now. The business development manager met the team and because of this conversation, she is coming to Ghana next month.”