Freedom & Justice: Kobi Rana movie on corruption & galamsey banned from premiering to air online today

Freedom & Justice: Kobi Rana movie on corruption & galamsey banned from premiering to air online today

- Kobi Rana movie, Freedom and Justice, which was banned by the Ghana Tourism Authority from premiering in December 2020 is finally set to be aired online

- Over 2,000 movie tickets had been sold to 11 different venues but each one was cancelled

- According to the producers, armed policemen were sent to warn and lock the venues

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Freedom and Justice, a movie by Ghanaian filmmaker, Kobi Rana, that was banned from premiering by the Ghana Tourism Authority is set to come out this Friday, April 2, 2021.

The movie, as shown by the trailer sighted by YEN.com.gh borders around corruption, galamsey, injustice and other cankers that are supposedly eating up the Ghanaian political system.

As it was previously reported, the film was first scheduled to be premiered at 11 major towns and cities around the country from December 25, 2020, to January 2, 2021.

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An official statement from the movie producers shared by Kafui Danku indicated that the movie had already sold 2,154 tickets.

However, the venues for the premiers were reportedly served notices from the Ghana Tourism Authority to not show the movie, with no information to the movie producers themselves.

The statement also categorically mentioned that the venues were visited, warned and locked by armed policemen to ensure that the movie does not premier.

Freedom & Justice: Movie on corruption & galamsey banned from premiering to air online today
Freedom & Justice: Movie on corruption & galamsey banned from premiering to air online today Credit: Instagram, @kafuidanku
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The producers of the movie decided to abide by the rules and cancelled all the lined-up shows until now.

Freedom and Justice is set to be premiered on Kobiranafilms.com today, April 2.

Away from the movie, a beautiful 12-year-old Ghanaian girl named Veronique Nayra Dagadu-Gokah who kept her natural hair for seven years in school has been suddenly asked to trim it down.

Narrating the development to YEN.com.gh, Veronique's uncle Frank Atsu Agbavor and mother Lois Penu mentioned that the young girl was emotionally drained as a result of the declaration.

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It is also indicated that Veronique has always been the number one in her class for a long time with her natural hair on, which is why the new directive was found troubling.

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