- Actor Van Vicker has revealed that a top Ghanaian movie maker still owes him for services rendered
- According to the actor, Abdul Salam Mumuni owes him for balance from 2 movies
- Van Vicker was speaking on Nana Ama McBrown's United Showbiz programme
Multiple award-winning Ghanaian actor, Van Vicker, has alleged that experienced film-maker, Abdul Salam Mumuni stills owes him for work he did for him in the past.
In a video sighted by YEN.com.gh on Facebook, Van Vicker was speaking in an interview on TV when he made the claims.
Van Vicker was speaking in an interview on Nana Ama McBrown's United Showbiz which saw her hosting some of Ghana's most decorated actors and actresses.
According to Van Vicker, Abdul Salam Mumuni promised to pay him GHC300 for a movie in which he starred.
After the movie was shot, Van Vicker revealed that he received only GHC100 from Abdul Salam as payment for the whole work.
Van Vicker indicated that Abdul Salam cast him in yet another movie and he insisted on getting paid before the work.
Abdul Salam, according to Van Vicker, paid GHC100 before the work and paid another GHC100 when he (Van) shot his last scene but never received any more money from the film maker.
In effect, Abdul Salam Mumuni owed Van Vicker GHC200 from the first project and GHC100 from the second project, bringing the total to GHC300.
Van Vicker did not mention the name of the first movie but gave the title of the second movie as "Mommy's Daughter".
The experienced actor was on the United Showbiz show on UTV with colleagues John Dumelo, Majid Michel, Yvonne Nelson, Jackie Appiah and Nadia Buari
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