Why is Kumawood still in a coma if ‘Dumsor’ caused its collapse – Michael Afrane asks producers » GhBase•com™-Everything & News Now

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Veteran actor Michael Afrane has questioned movie producers over their inability to produce movies after the ‘Dumsor’ issue was solved.

Recall that the Kumawood movie industry producers claimed the collapse of Kumawood was directly linked to irregular electricity supply known in local parlance as ‘Dumsor’.

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Michael Afrane while condemning the collapse of the Kumawood movie industry added that movie producer claimed that reconstruction of the Kejetia Market and Dumsor experienced under the erstwhile John Dramani Mahama administration was blamed for the collapse of the industry.

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The actor has disclosed that power has since been stabilized since 2017 and the reconstruction of the ultra-modern Kejetia market is complete however, the movie industry has still not resurrected.

“If Dumsor and the reconstruction of Kejetia market caused the downfall of the Kumawood Movie Industry, the industry would have been revived after the electricity and construction of the Kejetia market’ he observed.

“We failed to tackle and uproot the major problems which were collapsing the industry but we rather accused John Dramani Mahama’s administration because of politics”.

Michael Afrane added “Actors who campaigned against former President John Dramani Mahama and NDC have regretted because Nana Addo has disappointed them with mismanagement of the economy”.

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“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”.

source: www.ghbase.com

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