Government Is Part Of The Reasons Why The Ghanaian Movie Industry Has Collapsed – Movie Producer Accuses

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A Ghanaian movie producer has pointed accusing fingers at the government over the collapse of the movie industry.

Industry players have been wailing about the Ghanaian movie industry taking a nosedive for some years now.

Some have the view that the obsolescence of compact discs (CDs) is a major factor leading to the collapse of the industry.

But speaking in an interview with Newshuntermag.com’s Kofi Oppong Kyekyeku on ‘Unlimited Chat With K.O.K’, Nana Wusu blamed the government for not contributing to the sustainability of the Ghanaian movie industry.

He stated that the government’s failure to invest in the movie industry led to its collapse.

The Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of Nana Wusu Productions said the Nigerian movie industry is vibrant because of the government’s interest in investing in that sector.

He pointed out that distribution has also been part of the challenges that filmmakers in the country face.

While CDs are no longer available, Nana Wusu advised that the government should have created a platform which will enable them to distribute their movies.

The renowned movie producer also bemoaned that leaders of the various associations in the industry have failed to put the government on its toes.

He was unhappy about the government’s inability to fulfil its gargantuan promises made for the Creative arts sector.

Watch Nana Wusu’s full interview on Unlimited Chat With K.O.K below.

Nana Wusu on Unlimited Chat with K.O.K


Kofi Oppong Kyekyeku

I am a Ghanaian Broadcast Journalist/Writer who has an interest in General News, Sports, Entertainment, Health, Lifestyle and many more.

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