Mr. Poat wins Radio DJ of the year at Foklex Media Awards, Urges Ghanaian to Support Talents in Obuasi
Media personnel Mr. Poat has recently taken up the cause of supporting the talents in Obuasi, Ghana. In a heartfelt appeal to the people of Obuasi, Mr. Poat, the winner of Best Ashanti Radio DJ of the year at Foflex Media awards 2023 has urged them to come forward and support the talents in their community.
In an interview after winning the award, he said “I am Pleading with industry players and investors to invest in the music industry at obuasi .obuasi is full of good musicians like Tipgy ,Datz, G-Naze etc”
Obuasi, a town located in the Ashanti Region of Ghana, is home to a rich cultural heritage and a diverse range of talents. From music and dance to art and literature, the town has produced a number of talented individuals over the years.
However, despite the abundance of talent in Obuasi, many of these individuals are struggling to make a name for themselves in the wider world. The lack of support and infrastructure for the arts in the town has meant that many talented individuals are forced to give up on their dreams and pursue other career paths.
Mr. Poat is passionate about changing this situation. As a media personality with a wide following in Ghana, he has the platform and the influence to make a real difference. In his recent appeal, he urged the people of Obuasi to come together and support the talented individuals in their community.
Mr. Poat highlighted the importance of investing in the arts and culture of the town, not just for the benefit of the individuals themselves, but also for the wider community. He argued that a thriving arts scene can attract visitors and tourists to the town, providing a much-needed boost to the local economy.
In addition, Mr. Poat emphasized the importance of nurturing and supporting young talent in the town. He urged parents and teachers to identify and encourage the talents of their children and students, and to provide them with the opportunities and resources they need to succeed.
Finally, Mr. Poat called on the government and other stakeholders to invest in the arts and culture of Obuasi. He argued that with the right support and infrastructure, the town could become a hub for creativity and innovation in Ghana.
Overall, Mr. Poat’s appeal is a timely reminder of the importance of supporting and nurturing talent in our communities. By coming together to invest in the arts and culture of Obuasi, we can help to unlock the full potential of the town’s talented individuals, and create a brighter future for all.