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The head of music section at INA urged the government to reorganize the cultural sector in the DRC

Kinshasa, June 22nd, 2022 (CPA) The head of the music section at the National Institute of the Arts (INA), head of works Jean Romain Malwengo, on Tuesday urged the government, particularly the Ministry of Culture, Arts and heritages to reorganize the cultural sector by providing basic infrastructure to put an end to all the obstacles that block the development of the said sector, during an interview marking the commemoration of the International Music Day, celebrated on June 21 of each year. According to Mr. Malwengo, despite significant progress observed in this area, such as the inclusion of Congolese Rumba as UNESCO heritage, as well as the celebrities that we have, culture is at the bottom of the ladder in our. « This is how the Congolese State should promote this sector, by providing it with music studios, appropriate structures, and by improving the cultural policy for the survival of musicians, in order to generate an enormous contribution on the economic level. “explained the head of the music section. Initiated on June 21, 1982 by the Honorary French Minister of Culture, Jack Lang, this day gives everyone the opportunity to celebrate and make music, unlike the International Music Day celebrated on October 1 each year, dedicated to professionals of this art.

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