- Ghanaian actor, Akrobeto, has dismissed reports that Kumawood's challenges are of a spiritual nature
- According to him, the movie industry needs to respond to modern developments in technology
- He added that not even prayers from Bishop Daniel Obinim can save the industry
Top Kumawood actor, Akwasi Boadi, better known as Akrobeto, has claimed that prayers cannot revive the dying Kumawood industry.
According to him, not even a spiritual intervention from Bishop Daniel Obinim of the International God’s Way Church can save it.
Speaking on Adom FM’s Entertainment Hall, he added that the movie industry will continue to fall behind time if the Creative Arts Ministry and industry players fail to adapt to the modern day advances in technology.
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He also noted that reviving the movie industry is about emulating the western culture and not seeking favours from pastors.
Akrobeto revealed that some faceless movie producers were reportedly mentioned as having visited Bishop Obinim in Kumasi with the aim of seeking help to revive the industry.
“If the work has declined, we have to be creative and adapt to the new trend. CDs are dead now pen drives are on top.
The system is changing so we have to change. Spirits can’t affect the movie industry. Prayers can’t save us. You can go to Obinim it doesn’t matter…” he explained.
He went ahead to say that it is better to propose a plan, but sadly there is none in mind. In that regard, he stated, it is better to ensure that the rights things are done.
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