Comedian cum musician, Kwadwo Nkansah, known in showbiz circles as Lilwin has reiterated that the Ghanaian movie industry will never die.
His comments come at a point where many movie lovers in the country have been lamenting over the lack or inadequate production from the various production houses in the country. Even though he accepted that the number of movies movie makers were releasing a week have decreased in recent times, the ‘Mama Boss Papa’ hit maker stressed that, the industry contrary to what people are saying will never die.
According to him, there are times and season in everything one does and hence he believes these are just trying moments for the actors, actresses, producers, directors and all those involved in the industry.
Take notice of what I’m saying very well – referring to Sammy Flex, host of Showbiz Agenda on Zylofon FM where he made assertions.
The movie industry can never die. Everything goes with time and no one ever thought it (Ghanaian movie industry) could dwindle. That’s why you have to be wise in how your spend your money. So if the industry dies, the upcoming ones with talent would not get a chance.
Kwadwo Nkansah Lilwin made a surprise appearance on the mid-morning show after his return from his tour to the United Kingdom where he also visited the Old Trafford, the home grounds of English side, Manchester United.