Ghanaian artiste manager, Bulldog has disclosed that Mark Okraku, the deputy Minister of Tourism, Culture and creative Arts has done nothing to build the entertainment industry since his appointment.
Bulldog admitted that he respects Mark so much as a person but when it comes to governance, Mark has failed completely and he is not worthy to be a lawmaker for his constituency.
Mark Okraku-Mantey, during an interview on Neat FM revealed that he would be contesting for the Ayensuano parliamentary seat on the ticket of the NPP.
Reacting to this statement by Mark, Bulldog has advised the constituent of Ayensuano Constituency not to waste their time voting for him because he won’t bring any change to the constituency.
“He has been in governance for four years with nothing to show for it. Although I respect Mark as a person, I don’t think he is worthy to be a parliamentarian,’’ Bulldog told Mzgee on UTV’s United Showbiz monitored by 1Family Radio.
He furthered, “what at all is he going to campaign on, what will he tell his constituents? he hasn’t done anything notable for the industry expect to criticize people.’’
“What is he going to do in parliament when he couldn’t even contribute anything to the creative section of governance he was given,’’ he stated.
According to Bulldog, Mark might sway his people to vote for him but the truth is that he is not worthy of that space.
Bulldog however hinted that all these he is saying is referring to the political aspect of Mark and not necessarily his personality.
“Don’t get me wrong, I am talking about Mark the politician and not the individual. Let me tell you this, Mark is my mentor and I will gladly give him my place in heaven to be in hell,” the artiste manager concluded.