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‘Kumawood sustained the movie industry in Ghana at a point’ – Nana Ama McBrown

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Ghanaian actress and television presenter, Nana Ama McBrown has asserted that although the glory days of the Kumasi-based movie industry are over, it played a major role in Ghana’s film industry.

Speaking to Abeiku Santana on Okay FM’s drive-time show, Mr’s Mensah was arguing comments that she should have done more English-speaking movies than Kumawood movies.

In her defense, she stated that when the English-speaking actors like Jackie Appiah and Lydia Forson left for Nollywood, it was the Kumawood actors who sustained the Ghana film industry from collapsing.

Speaking in Twi, she said: “When the movie industry nearly collapsed, the English-speaking actors were nowhere to be found. Thanks to Miracle Films, Mercy Aseidu, Agya Koo, and myself were able to hold the front”

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The McBrown Kitchen host proudly attributed her success in the entertainment industry to her strides in the Kumawood.

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