Bulldog goes hard on Nana Addo over Black Stars’ defeat at the AFCON tournament.
Artiste manager Bulldog, real name Lawrence Nana Asiamah, has once descended on the government but this time over some investment advice.
The last the Artiste manager was in November when he said via a Facebook post that
“This is the most inconsistent and confused administration-since The Bond of 1844 was signed between Fante Chiefs and the British government on 6 March 1844 in Ghana.
Well, about 19hours ago, he slammed the government again asking them to invest in the enterainment and hospitality sector.
This comes as Ghana endured their biggest heartbreak in the tournament in Cameroon following a disappointing 3-2 defeat to Comoros on Tuesday which led to the early exit of Black Stars in the ongoing Africa Cup of Nations tournament.
Bulldog wrote on his Facebook page that
It’s about time we stop wasting our taxes on sports especially football — and invest solely in our music and hospitality sector.
All the applause and accolades Ghana has out there in the world presently is owed to our entertainment and tourism industry.
Hospitality and entertainment is a high earner and healthy contributor to the country’s GDP.
Stop the foolish investment in football now!
Invest in the arts.
Have a look at the full post below.
Meanwhile, We can’t sack Milovan Rajevac, GFA President has said.
This comes after a public backlash over their disappointing show at the 2021 Africa Cup of Nations (AFCON).
Ghana endured their biggest heartbreak in the tournament in Cameroon following a disappointing 3-2 defeat to Comoros on Tuesday.
The President of Ghana Football Association(GFA), Kurt Okraku in a new interview accepted blames for the abysmal performance and early exit of Black Stars in the ongoing Africa Cup of Nations tournament.
The president while speaking on Asempa FM stated that despite the public request for the immediate dismissal of the coach that would be impossible.
He explained that;
“It is important we have cool heads, engage and take the right decisions for Ghana”
“Milovan is the ultimate selector of players for the national team. When he names his squad, he sends it to a committee and justifies his call-ups to them. Nobody selects players for the coach,”
“Any Ghana coach that allows people to select players for him doesn’t deserve to coach the Black Stars.
“Milovan and his assistants selected the players and gave us the best players available at this time. He selected players who are very dedicated and ready to serve our dear nation.”
He also added that
“It didn’t work. I’m a leader of the family, I take full responsibility but also our collective responsibility to remain calm to support this gallant… or players who have offered themselves to serve our country.
“They need support so they can grow and win trophies for Ghana. For those who were not ready to serve Ghana we cannot force them, of course, these are the players who have dedicated themselves to the national calls and who want to sacrifice even in difficulties and I’m saying this group of players were ready to sacrifice their blood for Ghana.”