Kumawood veteran actor, Oboy Siki has released his annoyance on the leader of the Ghana movie industry, describing them as null-headed.
The poor living of veteran actors is because of the doings of the leaders of the movie industry according to the veteran actor. It’s no news that most matured actors and actresses have been found in a helpless state and have been seen in vile states.
One of the business players who as of late came out to look for a monetary guide is veteran actor Psalm Adjeteyfio, otherwise called T.T of Taxi Driver fame. He came out via web-based media to ask for monetary help from people in general and requested a measure of Ghc3000 to empower him to pay his lease advance showing that he was presently getting by on cause on the consideration of companions.
In an interview on a Kumasi-based FM station, Angel Fm Entertainment show facilitated by Ike De Unpredictable, Oboy Siki said he ihas prominently realized accentuated that Film Producers Association of Ghana (FIPAG) and Actors Guild pioneers have neglected to execute strategies and projects which will provide food for the government assistance of their individuals since they are declining to break new ground.
“As an actor, I should admit that our serious issue is our chiefs who have neglected to work past assumptions. We don’t have pioneers who ponder the government assistance of the actors” Oboy Siki said.
“The greater part of our leaders are unskilled people and others come up short on the information to carry out strategies which will uphold the government assistance of their individuals,” he added.
Oboy Siki communicated stress over how veteran entertainers are attempting to get by in the wake of working for such countless years for the country.