Jonilar, a well-known digital music expert is appealing to the government to fund digital music incubator programs in Ghanaian schools.
At a successful Digital Music Education Seminar at the Jasikan Municipal Assembly Hall in the Oti region, the influential digital music authority, Jonilar, calls on the Ghanaian government and stakeholders to allocate funding to Digital Music incubator programs in Junior and Senior High Schools throughout the country.
The seminar, which was organized by Jonilar.net in collaboration with Digishare Africa, brought together industry patrons, musicians, producers, event organizers, bloggers, and government decision-makers, including the Honorable Member of Parliament for Buem Constituency, Hon. Kofi Iddie Adams, who delivered an excellent speech to restore attendees’ confidence.
Jonilar emphasized the younger generation’s growing interest in technology and digital music, highlighting the significance of effectively funding this new profession through educational funding. The time has come for digital music education to be made a mandatory subject in schools in order to spark interest and build a thriving community of digital music enthusiasts and professionals.
“By investing in Digital Music incubator programs within Junior and Senior High Schools, we are paving the way for a future where students can explore and learn about this exciting realm of music academically,”
“With such educational opportunities, students will gain valuable insights into the digital music space, identify potential work prospects, and unlock their full potential.”
At the event, some key industry personalities shared their knowledge and experience with the audience, enlightening them on the immense potential and job opportunities in the digital music industry. The meeting’s goal was to spread knowledge and raise awareness about the necessity of digital music education among industry players.
The Digital Music Education Seminar, according to Mr. Christian “Ziordan” Ziorklui, Administrative Secretary at Jonilar.net, is part of the company’s worldwide mission to stimulate knowledge exchange and empower the youth with valuable skills and understanding in the digital music scene.
Hon. Kofi Iddie Adams, Member of Parliament for Buem Constituency, addressed the gathering, encouraging students to take the chance afforded by such initiatives to fire their enthusiasm and pursue their ambitions of becoming stars in the digital music field.
Jonilar’s request for government financing for Digital Music incubator programs comes at a time when the industry is experiencing a surge in technology innovation and creative exploration among the younger generation. Ghana can nurture a new generation of technologically adept musicians, producers, and entrepreneurs who can propel the country’s digital music sector to greater heights by investing in their education.
Jonilar is a well-known digital music expert whose influence and expertise have helped shape the Ghanaian music business. Jonilar has been at the vanguard of various projects to improve the growth and development of the business, with a passion for empowering emerging talent and supporting digital music education.