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Dada Boat Bemoans The Lack Of Financial Remuneration In Ghana’s Showbiz



For the past few years, the Ghanaian entertainment fraternity has witnessed significant growth and garnered attention both locally and internationally.

From movies to music and fashion, the country has produced talented individuals who have made their mark on the global stage. However, despite the glitz and glamour associated with the fraternity, veteran actor, Mikki Osei Berko, well recognized as Dada Boat, has raised concerns about the financial rewards of showbiz in Ghana.

Addressing the lack of financial renumeration in the entertainment industry as compared to other sectors, the popular actor cum broadcaster, has revealed that showbiz in the country doesn’t pay as much as it should.


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Dada Boat, who has been in the industry for over two decades and known for his major role in the popular Ghanaian series ‘Taxi Driver’, during a recent interview with Black Rasta on 3FM’s UrbanBlend Show,  reflected  on his experience on the set of the series emphasizing on the non- monetary value it brought to his career and how the series played a major role in shaping his identity with the sector.

He explained saying, “What happened on the set of Taxi Driver for me was the experience aspect. I always look at the positive side of stuff. I could say Taxi Driver for me could say arguably is one of the projects that has made me who I am and you cannot count that in money.”

Mikki further said, “With regards to financial returns, I think that it was not to write home about and I am saying this clearly because the system hasn’t changed.”

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