‘Include Dying Movie Industry To ‘One District, One Factory’ Programme – Kwaku Manu Pleads With Nana Addo

The movie industry, both Kumawood and Ghallywood has plummeted and its players are finding alternatives ways to salvage it. In that regard, Kumasi-based actor, Kwaku Manu has suggested to the government to include the movie industry into it’s famous “One District, One Factory” policy in order to revive it.

The comic actor mentioned that the unavailability of laws in the movie industry has offered a platform for industry players to flout simple rules and his opinion, this doesn’t augur well for the development of the industry. He made this suggestion in an interview with GhOne TV.

He said:

 For me, I expect that our father Nana Akufo-Addo will come and take the movie industry and hand it over to a private person to manage it for us because there are no laws in the movie industry so people do whatever they want.

If the government sees the movie industry as part of the one district one factory, they will know that our district is bigger and they will focus on making the industry better.

He also passionately appealed to the actor guild to ensure they meet the actor and actresses in order to build a better movie industry because the industry is gradually dying.



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