- Freedom and Justice, the new Kobi Rana movie on corruption, galamsey, and more, whose trailer some have described as hot & powerful, has been banned
- According to a post by Kafui Danku, all the premiering centres have been served notices from the Ghana Tourism Authority not to show the movie
- The movie was scheduled to be premiered at 11 major towns and cities all around the country from December 25, 2020, to January 2, 2021
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The Ghana Tourism Authority has reportedly banned the latest Ghanaian movie by Kobi Rana titled Freedom and Justice from premiering in any movie theatre in the country.
In an official statement from the movie producers sighted by YEN.com.gh on the verified Instagram handle of Kafui Danku, it is indicated that the movie had already sold 2,154 tickets.
It was also stated that the venues for the premiers were served a notice from the Ghana Tourism Authority to stop showing the movie, with no information to the movie producers themselves.
See the full statement below:
The statement also categorically mentions that the venues were visited, warned and locked by armed policemen to ensure that the movie does not premier.
Producers of Freedom and Justice have said that they will abide by the order from the tourism authority, as they have been all about peace and customer satisfaction for the past 17 years.
Everyone who has bought the tickets is entreated to return them to their outlets for a refund as a new schedule is determined for the movie.
Watch the trailer below:
The movie was scheduled to be premiered at 11 major towns and cities all around the country from December 25, 2020, to January 2, 2021.
In other news, Ghanaian celebrity actor, John Dumelo, has caused a massive stir on the morning of December 23, 2020, after asking all his Twitter followers to name what they want on Christmas.
In a post sighted by YEN.com.gh on his verified Twitter handle, Dumelo indicated that he was going to select from the comments at random.
The actor also conjectured that every answer should have "#dumeloxmas" attached as a hashtag for it to be easily traced by him when the time comes.
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