Veteran actor is perplexed as to why those who asserted that Kumawood's demise was directly related to its erratic energy supply—referred to locally as “Dumsor”—were so wrong.

He acknowledged that the demise of the sector had been caused by the redevelopment of the Kejetia Market and Dumsor that had taken place during the previous John Dramani Mahama administration.

Michael Afrane wonders what the real issue is as he notes that power has been stabilized since 2017 and that the ultra-modern Kejetia market has been completely rebuilt, yet that is not enough to bring Kumawood back to life.

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If Dumsor and the reconstruction of Kejetia market were to blame for the demise of the Kumawood movie business, the sector would have been restored following the installation of electricity and the building of Kejetia market, the man said.

“We failed to address and eradicate the major issues that were bringing the industry to its knees, but we preferred to blame John Dramani Mahama's administration on politics,” he said.

“I can boldly say President Akufo-Addo's government has failed to support the movie industry despite his numerous promises, which forced some actors to campaign against former President John Dramani Mahama,” he ended.


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