Deadly Voyage: Danny Glover poses for a lovely photo with cast and crew

Deadly Voyage: Danny Glover poses for a lovely photo with cast and crew

- The cast and crew of Deadly Voyage, a movie produced in 1996 have met and taken a lovely photo together

- In the photo is popular African American movie star and some local movie legends such as Oscar Provencal and Akorfa Edjeani

- Social media users have meanwhile expressed various opinions about the photo as they recalled details of the movie

A photo of the cast and crew of Deadly Voyage, a movie about the challenges stowaways faced on a Ukrainian ship, has surfaced online.

The movie, released in 1996, was focused on the true life story of Kingsley Ofosu and eight other Ghanaians who sought to travel to France via the United States. understands that they were however discovered and faced with the possibility of death.

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This, per information available, was because the ship’s captain informed his crew that there would be penalties if the men are left alive because of an earlier violation committed in New York City.

This left the crew no choice but to kill them, a decision which led to the loss of the lives of all the stowaways except Ofosu.

For the over 20 years the movie was shot, the cast and crew, including Danny Glover, came together and posed for a photo.

Social media users had lovely comments about the reunion photo:

Addo wondered where David Dontoh was 'hiding' in the photo.

Hya admitted she doesn't really remember the movie.

Serebour also wondered where Omar Epps is.

Sarkodie meanwhile revealed that Ofosu was not willing to open up about the details of the incident.

Asamani confessed the movie has deepened her dislike for whites.

Boakye-Ansah also suggested Hollywood should come and reproduce the movie.

In other news, has learnt that some Nigerian women are being abused by smugglers, madams and ‘priests’ in Ghana.

A network of people, who transform them into prostitutes, manipulate them to do their bidding.

A woman identified as Jennifer says she spent a few weeks in Kumasi in the Ashanti region, and worked as a prostitute in order to make money for her ‘bosses.’

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