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Forget The Social Media Flashy Lifestyle By Ghanaian Actresses, We Need Help – Martha Ankomah

We Need Help– Martha Ankomah

Never look at what happens on social media and feel bad, that’s one lesson we’ve learnt over and over again and actress Martha Ankomah, Ghana’s finest, has concord to the lesson in her recent interview.

According to the sensational actress, most of these actresses that we see trotting ‘glamorous’ lifestyles around especially on social media are living a lie, and eventually the truth comes crashing down on them like a waterfall.

In the rightful thinking of the GLO ambassador, this unfortunate reality is as a result of of the Ghana movie industry which is currently in coma. So, she pleaded with the Government to come their aid before things get worse.

“Things Are Not Okay With Us. All The Flashy Are For Social Media Hype. It’s Just Trying To Feel Significant In Public And That’S All. Whatever You See On Social Media Isn’t Real As Portrayed By The Actors And Actresses. The Industry Really Needs Urgent Help”, Martha Ankomah Said This In An Interview With Joy.

The actress also stated that one of the factors affecting the industry is that most of the TV stations are flooded with Telenovelas such as Mexican soap operas, Hindi movies, etc.

Comparing the Ghana industry to the Nigerian movie industry, the beautiful actress stated that every state in Nigeria has a cinema; hence you get your money back after shooting but same can not be said in Ghana which can boast of only 3 cinemas in the country.

Martha Ankomah used the platform to plead with investors to come to the aid of the movie industry to revive it since a strong industry will create employment for Ghanaians and also bring revenue to the country.

Watch Interview Below:

Written by Eugene Nyavor

Eugene Nyavor is the Founding Editor at Gh Links.

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