Agya Koo endorsed NPP because NDC rejected him- Michael Ola

Agya Koo endorsed NPP because NDC rejected him- Michael Ola

Michael Ola, the outgoing PRO of the Film Producers Association, has taken a swipe at the popular Kumawood actor, Agya Koo for his comments about the movie industry failing under the government of John Mahama.

Speaking to Graphic Showbiz, Mr. Ola said Agya Koo is the only one responsible for his career end as his actions and dictatorship lead to the decline in his otherwise successful career.

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Mr. Ola revealed that, at the time when Agya Koo's career was soaring, he was very difficult to work with as he made several unreasonable demands and pushing directors and producers who did not fall to his whims aside.

He also said that the fall in requests for Agya Koo's talent was as a result of him sidelining producers and directors who supposedly joined long queues to have him in their productions. Michael Ola also claimed the reason why Agya Koo endorsed the NPP was due to his failed attempts to join the NDC.

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"Before endorsing the NPP, Agya had been on several radio stations accusing one filmmaker or the other for ending his career. It is, therefore, funny to hear him accuse the NDC government for the  same. He destroyed his career himself and is now fighting for survival. Not long ago, he was heard fighting for royalties. This man cared less for such pennies accrued from royalties? We are sure he doesn’t know how much the industry has been given by the NDC government in terms of funds and structures,” he said.

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