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”NPP Has Derailed The Creative Arts Sector” – Actress Ellen White

Awards winning Ghanaian Actor, Ellen Kyei White, has revealed that, hardly a privately owned flicks situated in the Ashanti Regional capital, Kumasi currently are destroying a vitally essential quality of movie producers the Ghanaian entertainment climate.

According to the awards winning actor, due to the inadequate movie cinemas and theatres owned by the government in the country, movie producers are compelled to pay huge amount of monies to the management of the privately owned facility in quest of premiering their movies.

This comes at the back after the actor expressed displeasure in the governing New Patriotic Party government led by, His Excellency Nana Addo Dankwah Akufo-Addo for practically given wilful less care and attention to the Ghana’s entertainment industry, precisely the movie industry.

According to the celebrated Ghanaian Actor, President Nana Akufo-Addo’s New Patriotic Party government, have not attain any breath taking height in the entertainment sector(Movie and Arts), adding that, the ruling government can not boast of elevating the state of the Ghanaian movie industry.

Speaking in an interview with Zion Felix, the award-winning actor noted that, the movie industry has been infecund for some period of lifespan, making it difficult to attract investors. She added that, she can’t highlight any single project which can be touted as an achievement of the government in power for the movie industry.

The Ghanaian actor, bemoaned the seeming neglect of the NPP government for the movie industry after they took power in 2017 despite the many promises they made in their manifesto prior to the 2016 general election and some subsequent address even though the New Patriotic Party might have some series of budget allocated to the movie sector.

Actor Hellen Kyei White disclosed that, the building of cinema halls for the movie industry, especially in Kumasi, will yield positive fruits for the movie producers, actors and indigenes of the region, as it will attract moderate cost in promoting the Ghanaian, Culture, Arts and Tourism sectors as well.

By: Gerrard-Israel



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