Tit For Tat Is Not A Sin Right?: I Have Stopped Using Nigerian Actors & Actresses In My Movies-Abdul Sallam Mumuni

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Abdul Sallam Mumuni,CEO Of Venus Movie Production
Abdul Sallam Mumuni,CEO Of Venus Movie Production

To be frank, it has been so annoying over the last few months with so many Nigerian Actors, Actresses and Producers complaining about the influx of Ghanaian movie stars into Nollywood. They have been advising and admonishing themselves to stop using Ghanaian stars in Nollywood as they see these Ghanaian  stars are parasites and fully dependant on Nollywood.

Do not get me wrong, I am a champion of, inter alia, globalization, free trade and putting forces together between Ghana and Nigeria to build a strong movie industries. But it is disgusting and makes you feel “shit” as a jingoistic Ghanaian when you read or heard about such unfounded comments  from Nigerian Stars. I vividly remember one saying,  “These Ghanaians are taken over our industry and to worsen it all, they have started even featuring in the Yoruba movies which we tend to keep to our self”.

Now here is what we got for them as things are getting better in our home too. You started it and we will help finish it for you. The last year saw a great success in the Ghanaian movie industry, Nigerians might have produced in quantity than Ghanaians , but in terms of quality, we were able to battled them head to head. Do I have to prove it by refering you to the African Movie Academy Awards nominations and winnings?.

On their constant out cry to stop  the incursion of Ghanaian stars into their industry, One of the best and first  movie production houses to bring Nigerians to Ghana, Venus Movies have stated categorically that, they have stopped and would not be using Nigerian movie stars anymore. Whether it is a good move or a bad one, I am down with them as the adage goes, Tit for Tat is never a sin. Read and listen to the audio below…

The most consistent Ghanaian movie producer of our time Alhaji Abdul Sallam Mumuni, C.E.O of Venus Films Production, has said that he has stopped using Nigerian actors and actresses in his movies.

Speaking to peacefmonline during the premiere of his new movie “4Play” at the Silverbird cinema on Friday June 4, 2010, he said he doesn’t see the need to import actors and actresses from Nigeria, when there are brilliant and perhaps better actors and actresses in Ghana who can interpret his stories well for Ghanaian movie lovers in every part of the globe.

“I was the first producer in Ghana to bring Nigerian actors and actresses to Ghana to act in my movies, and I realized that I was just promoting Nigerians. I said to myself why I don’t I promote my own people? So that is why I decided to go without Nigerian faces. I realized that what Nigerians can do, we can also do the same and even better; look at where we are now, we are on top,” Alhaji stressed.

Sallam added that he has not regretted taking that bold decision because since then, he has discovered great Ghanaian talents who are now doing great, both in Ghana and Nigeria. “That is how come you see all these Ghanaian actors from Venus Films like: Majid Michel, Van Vicker, John Dumelo, Eddie Nettey and beautiful actresses like Jackie Appiah, Nadia Buari, Yvonne Nelson, Yvonne Okoro, the late Suzzy Williams etc.They were all discovered by Venus Films”, he said.

Asked if he will go back and use Nigerian faces again since he has achieved his aim, Abdul Sallam answered in the negative. “No! Not at all, I am not going to use Nigerians in my movies anymore, since our industry is now growing. Even in Nigeria now, they prefer seeing more Ghanaian faces rather than those of the Nigerians themselves. So why do I have to use them? He asked.

He also told peacefmonline that his movies are in hot demand in Nigeria, other African countries, in Europe and America showing Ghanaian faces.

He concluded by saying “Well, I’m so excited and very happy because, you know when I started using only Ghanaian faces people said I was wasting my time; and today, the people who said that, are the same people using them now. So it means I have achieved what I wanted. I am so happy to see stars from Ghana making it on the international scene, and people are paying them very well now.”

Abdul Sallam is known for bringing to Ghana for the first time Nollywood stars like: Ramzey Noah, Zack Orji, Ikiru Silvanus, among others.

He has produced over 40 Ghanaian movies and still counting. Including: “Devine Love”, “Three Beautiful Apples”,“Agony of Christ”, “God Love Prostitutes”, “Beyonce”, “Mummy’s Daughter”, “Princess Tyra”, “Who Loves Me” and “Chelsea”.

He has just released “4Play” and on set currently shooting two movies “Temptations” and “The Beast”, also to be premiered and released subsequently.Source: PeaceFmOnline.

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  1. Trouble is brewing i can smell it already. Mr mumuni pls we need dis collabos. It wil do africa a lot of good. Pls reconsider, cos dis fight btwn dis two countries is going to escalate. If they also say da sametin then wer da hell wil da africa moving industry head to? da movie industry does not need dis pls. I can smell it oooooo.

  2. that is all. these naija guys dey rush too much. when they were invading this country to ply their trade and make their money they didn’t see anything wrong with it, now that the tables have turned, they’re making noise. we too we no go use them again simple and tietia.

    1. lol..u right..Mumunii, im not really a fan of yours..lol..but I AGREE WITH U ON THIS ONE…lol..Don´t use Naija actors again…ma opinion

      1. @shocker, chale where have u been? YES YES YES…at last someone from the ghana movie industry shares my vision..its abt DAMN tyme…back in the days, ghanaian movies was on top and it’s still on top today…we just need to promote ourselves more…Mr. Abdul i couldn’t agree with u more…chale me de3 i bi his fan papa…good movie or no good, he knows watsup….

        1. @lily, Lily, been around oooo, had a lil problem with ma internet…Gurl, ma fi wu pa pa..lol….Im beginning to like him…heheheheheheheh

    2. @Opanin, —-and ‘for many years that I have internet and I think the problem for Ghana, and I think the problem for the Nigeria-Ghana-Nigeria-Ghana-Nigeria has the complete different. The problem ‘is rooted by the enemy of the state of Nigeria in Nigeria, Ghana and being against’ the Preformance of state, but this does not make sense to believe in your own state or government of Nigeria. Unfortunately these things happen every day and they are many in the TV nigeria to be arrested or killed even if nigeriani.molte transmissions closed for the reason that Nigeria America loves democracy but against its own continent and country.

  3. and make sure youm guys don’t use our directors, producers, and screen writers aswell because i see them in most of your movies.You went head to head with nigerian in which ama awards, nigerian scooped more prizes than ghana including the best picture which is the highest and biggest award, i heard akorfo in an interview here on ghanacelebrities say that the jury prize award was the highest award, who was she kidding, we dorminated you guys and the rest of africa in the award ceremony,Chris-Vincent Agyapong Febiri yes we produced the most number of movies,nollywood produced the best qualty films aswell, ghana produced just a few good films but nollywood produced ten times more quality films.

    1. lol…u produce the est quality of movies, and so??? Like who is talking abt quantity or quality on here??

    2. @flint,if u’re indeed producing more both in quality and quantity and u are the best on the continent, why are u worried so fucking much abt just 4 or 5 actors making waves in ur industry? simple analysis, if u have 100 items and only 20 are gud and i have 10 and 4 are gud, whos’ better?  Naija always want’s to prove that they’re on top but nothing giv them. apiitooooooo

      1. @Opanin, who says i am worried, i am the least worried my dear, it is just some about to be outdated actors and actresses in nollywood who are feeling insecure, the top nollywood stars of the moment aren’t complaning, they even love working with the ghanaians.And by the way yes we are on top.

      1. @cutie, @Cutie……….it looks interesting. It’s starring Majid, Martha Ankomah, and Artus (the new guy from Chelsea and Who loves me)

        I really don’t trust Venus Films production so I will wait and see what they bring this time.

  4. Let’s see how far they all get with this. Look at  Segun Arinze coming out to attack Ghanaian actors/ actresses. I thought more collaborations was what we wanted, now (some) of them are being selfish. 

    1. @ghallday i heard him say der wil be 20% ghanaian representation. Let us also do da same. We need dis collabos ppl.

  5. Let’s see how far they all get with this. Look at  Segun Arinze coming out to attack Ghanaian actors/ actresses. I thought more collaborations was what we wanted, now (some) of them are being selfish. 

  6. This is good, the Nigerians started it, I dont know what they think their industry is. Do they think we cannot do without then? Now everyone is talking about Ghanaian movies and Ghanaian actors.

    Abdul, it is well said, dont bring any of them here. What Nigeria can do, Ghana can do it better, until i found this site, I was always on Nigerian platform and the bullshyt and stupid things they wrote and poured about Ghanaians got me sick all the time, Now a better one is here than their garbage. So will the movie industry be too, we are taking over and it will be soon.

    1. @akosuaghana, —-It ‘s not the problem. The problem ‘that the industry and’ against his Government, Industry and ‘against their own country, industry and’ against his own military. Industry wants to escape and allows the escape to America ‘s democracy and’ the enemy of Nigeria-Ghana. The industry did not work for the government derives its, the industry did not work for your country, the industry did not work for your arms militare.L ‘Industry and’ infiltrated America. industry every day every day when he said with his hand on the chest of the heart: “I am america against my state and against my government!” I say SHAME on them! and I also say that every time you state your slaps and slams you in jail for first page and ‘the best film! Your state has still not worked! You are the shame of your state and ‘slap and said very little to you. Learn to be your state!

    2. @akosuaghana, i agree wiv u 1000000000000000%, who the hell do they think they are? ppppllllsssss, they should give us a break.

  7. Some people and their childishness…Sometimes when I read things on this site I just shake my head. Now tell me, whats wrong in featuring them in our movies? Typical black man syndrome. Nicole Kidman is a well known hollywood actress and she’s australian, so is Russel Crowe. You don’t hear Australians saying “Nicole and Russell, let’s do our own. Stop acting in Hollywood.” Tons and tons of hollywood actors/actresses are canadian and british, you don’t hear anyone speaking of divisions. They may have their own film industries in their countries but they all support each other. Yes some actors may feel their jobs are threatened and say things but its all good for competition and it makes the industry better. Abdul mumuni is just a sour puss who thinks the whole world owes him a favour. He’s boasting to all that he “discovered” all the stars. Well ok, you did, but these “stars” still go to Nigeria to act. No matter what you think, theirs is an industry our stars still want to act in. If they thought it was crap, they wouldn’t go, trust me. Not using them in our movies won’t affect them and we all know that. We all know their actors/actresses couldn’t care less. After all we are the ones going there to act.  We are all here jumping “Yes, we are taking over, we are taking over.” Even the author Chris-Vincent Agyapong Febiri is jumping like a child and doing somersaults. Anyway, I’ll be here to see how this turns out. Since we claim we are the ones making their movies better, why don’t we all parade the streets and protest for our actors to stop going to Nigeria to act so that we can have ALL the “good” movies. That way we can really take over…right?…Anyway, until you guys do that, I’ll be here watching how Abdul-the-goat plans to conquer Africa with his boring same faces and same storyline. Mr Abdul, please since you are a “discoverer” aka Mungo Park, please try to get some new faces, I’m bored…really…I know we have some more talents in Ghana.

    1. @Boatemaa, LOL! i agree with you on that one. i used to enjoy ghanaian movies sometimes until i kept seeing the SAME faces all the time. van, nadia, yvonne, majid, jackie nko. it gets boring. and the same 5 story lines. at least in nollywood there are SOOO many actors and actresses to choose from. they could also work on their story lines too.
      and when i am talking about ghanaian actors im talking about the ones MOST can tell you by name, not the ones you see here and there.
      true though.

      1. @Alicia A.,
        My dear Alicia, I’m so sick of this crap seriously. The things we worry about seriously. i think people don’t realize that actors will act where ever they are wanted or wherever they feel will boost their career. It really isn’t about Ghana or Naija, it’s a profession for them, they have to make a living. It really is about them. Fine, some Naija actors are complaining. Let them complain? What do you expect? If someone tries to encroach into your source of livelihood what will you do? In the long run they will get used to it. It’s good for competition and eventually the growth of  the AFRICAN film industry. Meanwhile let me make it clear that it really isn’t about who acts better, its about who is FRESH. Everyone welcomes a fresh face who can act.  People don’t like seeing the same faces all the time and producers and marketers know that’s why they rush for these fresh faces. Its not bcos they love you. Its bcos your fresh face will bring them money! It’s business! Nothing personal. Its just like in the Music and the modelling industries. The fresher you are the better. This is time for our actors to shine. If they are smart they’ll start making their hay. Newer faces will come out and they will either be phased out or will have to start struggling for a place in the industry with the newer ones. The newer faces may not even come from Ghana or Naija. They may come from Togo, Benin, Liberia, anywhere and as long as the public embraces them, the producers and marketers will use them. Thats the name of the game. You can NEVER be on top forever. So as we are feeling like conquerors of the universe let us remember that.

        Let me also point out that you can NEVER dominate an industry if you don’t collaborate or cooperate with others. Thats just life. You will definitely need help from others. That’s how to grow.  Naija may complain that we are infiltrating their industry but they are still using us. The result is they are making their industry better and WE are also making THEIR industry better. That’s the way to do it. If we feel that we have grown to a point where we don’t need to collaborate anymore, then I say good luck to us. Whatever happens I’ll still be watching my Ghanaian and Nigerian movies. I need that variety else I’ll shoot myself out of boredom. i just can’t stand seeing the same people and watching the same story-lines. I’ll just die.

        1. @Boatemaa, ——– I have just publicly scold your question unfortunately is not ‘true that the problem’ which as you said, “is a profession for them to be earning a living they do not have the will ‘to say YES to money and Unfortunately, this will ‘also missing from their bosses. And ‘truth’ even if they lack the loaf of bread and water for months.

        2. @Boatemaa, autores Reply:
          June 8th, 2010 at 08:52———-excuse me but do not let your lie to believe a dream to make all of us.—–

          @Alicia A.,I regret having to write the truth ‘in public and’ against the words of a great friend who has the name @Boatemaa, I have just publicly scold your question unfortunately is not ‘true that the problem’ which as you said, “is a profession for them to be earning a living they do not have the will ‘to say YES to money and Unfortunately, this will ‘also missing from their bosses. And ‘truth’ even if they lack the loaf of bread and water for months. unfortunately, not of words but by fantasies of dreams of the words with the true reality ‘of today. A real shame that your government of Ghana and Nigeria is not interested in the answer that he who has no desire ‘to have the gain of money. Ghana and Nigeria says each poor person does not want all the gain. a real shame. It ‘a dream that told his friend @Boatemaa

      2. @Alicia A.,I regret having to write the truth ‘in public and’ against the words of a great friend who has the name @Boatemaa, I have just publicly scold your question unfortunately is not ‘true that the problem’ which as you said, “is a profession for them to be earning a living they do not have the will ‘to say YES to money and Unfortunately, this will ‘also missing from their bosses. And ‘truth’ even if they lack the loaf of bread and water for months. unfortunately, not of words but by fantasies of dreams of the words with the true reality ‘of today. A real shame that your government of Ghana and Nigeria is not interested in the answer that he who has no desire ‘to have the gain of money. Ghana and Nigeria says each poor person does not want all the gain. a real shame. It ‘a dream that told his friend @Boatemaa

  8. You are just fools do you have enough money to produce films and how many films do you produce in a year and who know you name any where else only in Ghana.Nobody can compete with Nigeria because we have all it takes to be on top always.So stop wasting your time envy and jealous can not do you any good just work hard to be rich as Nigerians do so you can be able to produce as many films as Nigerians.The africa movies award you are talking about was started and sponsored by Nigerians so what have you nothing as we are talking today Nollywood is the most popular movie industry in Africa and aslo richest.

    1. @jojo, ——But your government does not have the problem with Nollywood who escapes from his master and then flees with his master to live the Christian Democracy for America or America It always and always the enemy and ‘against your government State-of-state military weapons, or something else?

        1. @cutie, —my sex ‘woman and I wanted to say “Hades” and “i think this man wants to make movies only for Ghanaians.” can ‘be on the ground that he has’ infiltrated in Ghana to practice espionage, and that ‘even if he’ s of Ghana in Ghana. The best and ‘that is still registered in any political party or local affermatico of Ghana for Security and that he did not’ infiltrate. Happens when a great commotion there ‘always the reason, and’ much better to avoid the enemy. If not ‘the problem, what is’ the only reason he wants to do the film in Ghana? not ‘possible and the reason that’ the actor of Ghana to achieve success, and if ‘he has done for Ghana too much noise for nothing. The money you make through trade, and ’round the gain that money.

        2. @cutie, —-and if ‘the problem of competition you must win the competition and to win you must always be the best. How come there from Nigeria or from Ghana who said it to me?

  9. Naija 4 life there is nothing any one can do about it than you poor Ghanaians should commit sucide because you can never be like Nigerians or get to our level for ever and ever.

    1. @jojo, ——I have to give strong disappointment that ‘Ghanaians and Nigerians are both lazy and feels poor in Ghana and Nigeria that has no research to gain.

      1. @autores, I beg to differ autores…….Nigerians have better quality movies than Ghanaians. The only great Ghanaian movies out there right now is from Sparrow Productions (SFM). Abdul Salam Mumuni’s films are a waste of time……….so what is he ranting about?????????????????? I believe Mumuni is doing me and Nigerians a favour by not casting them in his useless movies.

        1. @Adwoa, —-I am of the view that this plea is nonexistent. This is’ a precise idea fixed in my mind. The reasons for this and I think ‘just gave you all. Tell me what is possible when everyone says if ‘and there is someone you want to say for the better. Someone must know if I want to become the best. It ‘s been many years that the Internet but also the least good to know I did not want to affirm the world of work. Why ‘? I do not have the research to the best of me and ‘someone who wants to make enough to gain notoriety and’ public, but you always speak as if I never in my life I was able to make world famous. I am not one who says no more ‘unable or more’ poor, because ‘your friends do not take my contact? and ‘much that I’m on the Internet and do the proposal. And ‘enough that someone has the desire to gain and realized. What does the enemy?

        2. @Adwoa, —and if ‘the problem of competition you must win the competition and to win you must always be the best. How come there from Nigeria or from Ghana who said it to me?

        3. @Adwoa, I understand very well but this is not ‘can your authority’ block trade. Your Authorities’ stops and blocked trade only when it has reason. REASON AND ‘WHEN strange people DOOR POLICY THE ENEMY AT HOME AND NOT ONLY BELIEVES TO YOUR MONEY AND THE STATE.

  10. So dis man can still talk after the mess he has caused the movie industry. If he doesn’t want 2 use Nigerian actors/actresses
    Then he must as well not use their crew. Almost all his movies so far were directed by Nigerians and abt 70% of his crew are Nigerians so wat is he talking abt? Even Hollywood use people 4rm all ova the world. No one in dis world can do it alone dat is why our stars find it necessary 2 work in Nigeria 2 increase their popularity.If not 4 Shirley and Leila movies would Ghana hav won any awards at the AMAA? The Nigerians swept most of the awards with different people which shows dat a lot of people are doing quality work there.Why does he take pride in other people’s achievements when all he
    does is resort 2 mediocrity.Whether we like Nigerians or not we need their assistance becos they have the most popular
    Movie industry in Africa and they’re gud at wat they do but they can’t do it alone so they also need all of us as long as African movies are concerned.So he shd jst shut up and do quality movies wit no nudity 2 also lift our movie industry.

    1. @TheChuckylee, —— I understand your speech, but as I recognize that in any case all went and more ‘and the’ who the Lord wants to escape from Africa, wants to escape from political parties, wants to escape from the state, from government, from the military. This gain and ‘always against their own country in any way trying to escape.

  11. I thought It was Abdul Salam’s decision. Why are you guys making it look like a statement coming from FIPAG (Film Producers Association of Ghana)?

  12. I want you ugly Ghanaians to tell me what you do better than Nigeria it is banking industry,comunication companies ,music industries or Movies let me know we oved majority of banks in Ghana,our music play every where in Ghana so let me know.The Nollywood you are talking about when you guys see our Nollywood stars you respect and worship them like Hollywood stars.Go to Amerian ,Canada and london and find out Nigerians and Ghanaians there who is doing well and who is richer for your information a Nigerian now owe Gatwick airport London if you doubt search for it and you will find out.Do not kill yourself because of Nigerians we are never at the same category.

    1. “for your information a Nigerian now owe Gatwick airport London if you doubt search for it and you will find out.”…and what do u own???U never cease to amaze me..lol..Dang, u rso abusing stupidity…lol…

    2. @jojo, —Sorry but it ‘s obvious that the interest and’ to gain money but the problem ‘that the interest of earning money there, and there’s no’ even by the poor. not ‘the problem? The dream of money and ‘made but unfortunately there is not’ a political party in Ghana or Nigeria who have the interest money for his own political party, or the State Precisely, for their government or their country military weapons training or group of weapons. Everyone becomes as Nollywood, Bollywood and Hollywood escapes and goes to hollywood Africa and America ‘with its decision to go to live forever away from Africa, but sometimes falls to do the show for the charity Africa’ while over all things should have been on the contrary for the sake of your country of Africa love. From what you said all flee to America, your government has not spent anything for their state and military for their political party. Why ‘? Their military group, the political party by law even if the job in Hollywood can not ‘escape and go to live in America forever because it’ s the law of Africa decides. But because ‘there’s interest in Africa?

    3. @jojo, jojo u dont have to be abusive why o u insult ghanaians and say we are ugly people anyway u just have to share ur view and not insult a nation and its people looooooser

    4. @jojo,at least my friend, we speak better english than the rubbish u just spewed here and we haven’t been blacklisted in most countries. u set up a bank,we put our own money there and u think thats an achievement for u, how shallow can u be man?  we don’t build houses and put “this house is not for sale” signs on them. 

      the movies we’ve produced over the past 2-3yrs are world class movies. your industry has over a million movies to it’s credit but what does it have to show for it? virtually nothing except a bunch of over-hyped characters who’re scared that other better actors are pushing them out of their own industry. how pathetic…………… 

      1. @Opanin,
        okay NO african movie has been “world class” in the last 2-3 so stop trying to sugarcoat it! hahahahahaha!!! P-A-T-H-E-T-I-C!
        sorry that Africans have fallen in love with our stars, e dey pain you?. 😛

      2. @Opanin, yes we build banks and you guys put your money in it, so are guys also going to wait for nigerians to come all the way from nigeria to put their money in it, if we didn’t build the bank there,in the first place where would you put the money if we didn’t build the bank, it is just like saying america built shell in nigeria but it is our oil and money that is put in it, that just doesn’t make sense because the shell company still belongs to america, the banks in ghana still belongs to nigeria, are you kidding me when you say ghana has produced world class movies in the past 2-3 years, i can accept shirley and leila movies but the rest are just crap, and you ask what do we have to show for our movies, well i can tell you we have produced world class movies over the past 2-3 years aswell we have done better movies than ghana, a case in point would be figurine that dorminated the ama awards and won best picture which is the highest and biggest award and so many other movies way above ghanaian movies, so now i ask you what do you guys have to show for your own movie industry if not for the silly soft porn movies that has become the order of the day in the ghanaian movie industry with overhyped wannabes actors and actresses who cannot wait to act in nollywood, i tell you they nollywood actors that feel threatened are the soon to be outdated actors and actresses becasue the top nollywood stars like genny, ramsey and co are not complaning because they know they will alway be on top over the ghanaian stars.

    5. @jojo, yeah u guys have everything including BAD NAME all over the world. 419, blacklist and terrorist and yeah u guys r in a rich country, that’s why there are soo many nigerians in ghana looking for money, yeah u guys r the best in everything.

      1. @mary j,
        for the last time, you ignorant folks need to get this straight. Nigerians are not terrorists. got it? just because the guy was a Nigerian by blood does not make him associated with the rest of us.
        sink this in: he went to Yemen and got involved with YEMENI terrorists. i would understand your point if this had been a Nigerian terrorist group and it had been planned and organized in Nigeria, but it wasnt.
        if anything the US was looking into the middle east (Yemen) and NOT Nigeria. so again, please hush with the bullshit.
        and Nigerians travel everywhere, not just to Ghana. don’t start flattering yourself, okay hun? and don’t act as if Ghanaians dont travel outside of the country as well. come on, lets try not to be hypocrites here.

        1. @Alicia A., —all evil. the law is not ‘in its own country even with you. do very well to block your transmissions and stop you, you believe in America, not only are you going to take the gain to your people. good! I did not put the enemy even if it gives me the money. O.K.?

        2. @Alicia A., Dear Alicia and ‘not difficult to understand America and the intrusion of the enemy state. The arrests, the blackout of transmissions are true but by the Authority ‘with each segment and’ against but very unjustly, and who ‘the terrorist for your opinion?.

      2. @mary j, —-Dear Mary and ‘not difficult to understand America and the intrusion of the enemy state. The arrests, the blackout of transmissions are true but by the Authority ‘with each segment and’ against but very unjustly, and who ‘the terrorist for your opinion?.

  13. The films Ghanaians have been producing since last year were all porn and nude films stil they are not on top.

    1. @jojo, — Yes, but not ‘the porn movie to advertise’. Have you tried to communicate to you porn star’s? I will and I offer high gain with the presentation to managers who contact Industrial. I have influential friends to realize and achieve worldwide fame and gain. all he said was not looking to be promoted or to have the publicity ‘to gain a better promotion and social research. I’m sorry. We all thought that people and ‘seek opportunities to gain a little’ more ‘gain for the better life for himself.

  14. I think the good that has few. There is an actor or a singer who is on the side of his State and its Government. There is no ‘interest. Your government should give a strong lesson to those who present themselves to you but ‘against the Government or the State.

  15. @jojo u need to choose ur words carefuly, cos not everyone agrees wit mumuni. Stop sayin u Ghanaians in ur comments. Comment on da movies n spare us da property countin. Do the property owners feed u n ur family? bros jux spare us pls.

  16. LOLOL!!!!! and here someone was saying Ghanaians dont use Nigerian actors. anyway, who cares. half of what he said was bull, but what else do you expect him to say?
    oh well.

  17. Well Alhadji is allowed an opinion, its a free continent. Perhaps Ghanaian actors will start going to Kenya, South Africa and Uganda to try their luck

    if Naija no de feel am! I think he should consider openning a school to train Ghanaian producers, directors and screenwriters to balance out his need for a more Ghana-only-film-crew. Lets face it, we lack talented storytellers, and the one’s who are talented we ne’r see them. This will only last about a year, you can never say never, he may end up using Ivorians, Burkinabes or Gambians…as long as its not a Nigerian. Im on the wait and see side of things. Just watch!

    1. @KinshipwambaGHba, ———- Hello. if you want it to know with every people and ‘poverty’ but when I’m looking for states and countries that you said, there is a young man or a poor man who said yes. I offer gain and to achieve with the manager, industrial managers. I research but everyone said no. I had to write to the industrial manager and I must work to those who gain and success in the world and not to those who have the search of his dream to become better and gain fame worldwide. I think that is normal that every poor said he does not want the gain. There is a man who has the quest for better earnings. It ‘s only by managers but not’ through the first poor person who wants to make a career through the submission to the manager.For example, I am very pleased to know before whom and ‘poor and research, and according to manager that you would know by my investment.Today the manager has too much external citizenship but contact with the revolutionary party there ‘. and ‘always and only before but not through the manager and’ before and after political parties by managers.

  18. @KinshipwambaGHba,this is not an issue. if we get Hollywood actors down here to do our movies, it’s a plus for us ok. no one is against that.the problem is when one side feels they should always be the ones invading other industries and not vice versa then it b’comes a problem.

    1. @Opanin, ——-I do not believe in this race and ‘a whole big fake’. sorry but let me say my experience with the industries of the world. I started to work for industries as a child and you said the truth ‘. and ‘true because’ if you gave your film at your leisure industry, the industry is realized. In fact, I take an example, many countries and continents have the dream to buy some authors for their state and their industry but unfortunately you do not have the friend on his side won the investment can also turn the entire industry and their State. For example, China was always on the side of nuclear power and against sanctions. China has the songwriter and film investment and ‘Democrats and’ anti-nuclear, and e ‘from the UN sanctions, and’ why China and now ‘completely submissive. Money makes the race, but a person like me and ‘the world that whatever you want, and believe me and’ just for the money anyway. And be the authors do not mean what you want. I did not do so corrupt, however I’m a real author and it seems that the race is preferred for Democracy in America by its industry that has no preference. The race did not really exist, there are too many authors. I do not believe the difference from one author to another, the industry needs to head to the right place. And ‘the industry’s choice not the author. if he can ‘do what you want. I do not believe in this race and ‘a whole big fake’.

        1. @Opanin, —–I must remind you all that I have the chance ‘to become famous and gain very high gain money for you. I have many friends. The only quid pro quo that I asked you and ‘make me some small pleasure through the military line. Little pleasure in return if your income and ‘just because of me and my friends. Think about the place there ‘for everyone. If you have no place, write to me, ask me, I’m here ‘I do the seriousness’ of your future earnings. WRITE TO ME!

    2. @Opanin, Opanin, at the end of the day if the system is not proffessional or conducive to the type of career one wants he will seek it elsewhere irregarldess of the nasayers. I agree with you in that the industry itself can be unfair, but T.I.A what jos is fair really, lets get real. If you will make more money with GHana actors/actresses by all means Mumuni is motivated by money and money alone.

  19. Hey Alata fuor
    its not our fault your accent sucks (THE MOST DISGUSTING PRONOUNCIATIONS IN THE WHOLE WIDE WORLD – NO AMOUNT OF MONEY CAN CORRECT IT – so you start to fake your accent and still you sound horrible) and you are not eloquent or articulate enough (except a handful of your stars like Genevieve, Dakore, Rita Dominic, Bimbo Akintola, Joke Silva, Olu Jacobs and a handful of others). MOST FOREIGNERS WHO WATCH YOUR MOVIES (and lets face it they are the ones you get your earnings from) – eg Carribeans, african Americans, Whites – have all complained they dont understand a lick of what yall say when you speak. LETS FACE IT “NIGERIANS ACCENTS ARE DISGUSTING – THE MOST DISGUSTING PUKKIE ACCENT IN THE WHOLE UNIVERSE. So in saying that, your producers have seen that, UNLESS WE THE GHANAIANS SAVE YOU AND BE FEATURED IN YOUR MOVIES YOUR MOVIES WILL NOT SELL – PERIOD. you can cry and stomp ya feet all u want. YOU HAVE A DISGUSTING ACCENT, that is why your own nigerian producers have not choice but to come for our ghanaians actors. You can NEVER EVER EVER break even in your movies unless we ghaniaan help you out, cos i am a witness in african stores here in USA where foreigners have come and asking for movies (nigerian or ghanaian) but they have requested if there is not ghanaian in the nigerian movie – they wont watch it – cos there is no subtitles to whatever the fck they saying and THEY DONT UNDERSTAND NIGERIAN ACCENT
    – MANY People IN THE WORLD DONT UNDERSTAND NIGERIAN ACCENTS – ITS SO DISGUSTING – i mean its amazing how you were colonized by british but your accent suckso much. SO BOTTOM LINE – WE THE GHANAIANS ARE FEATURED IN YOUR MOVIES COS FOREIGNERS UNDERSTAND OUR BEAUTIFUL ENGLISH ACCENT BETTER AND WE DONT SCREAM AS MUCH LIKE YOUR DESMOND ELLIOT OR MIKE EZEROUNYE DOES. All educated ghanaians who attended good international primary schools and good secondary schools speak well. Whereas a nigerian who went to all good schools in nigerian still has that thick disgusting accent. i suggest Ghana punishes Nigerian for 3 yrs and not be featured in any of their movies – they will be begging on their knees. ONCE AGAIN NIGERIANS YOU GOT THE MOST DISGUSTING ACCENT INTHE WORLD – YOUR PRONOUNCIATIONS ARE JUST HORRENDOUS – NO FOREIGNER UNDERSTAND YOU- THE PREFER GHANAIANS AND YOUR PRODUCERS KNOW THIS AND THAT IS WHY THEY ARE USING GHANAIANS

    1. @MAAKAMAAKA, —-I must remind you all that I have the chance ‘to become famous and gain very high gain money for you. I have many friends. The only quid pro quo that I asked you and ‘make me some small pleasure through the military line. Little pleasure in return if your income and ‘just because of me and my friends. Think about the place there ‘for everyone. If you have no place, write to me, ask me, I’m here ‘I do the seriousness’ of your future earnings. WRITE TO ME!

    2. @MAAKAMAAKA,
      you’re very very very stupid! now you have shown the inferiority complex you people suffer heavily from. so because you people sound more british, that makes you better? hahaha i laugh at your sick mentality. no wonder all your main stars are light and/or mixed race. SICKENING!
      people from all over the carribean and Africa watch our movies, even before anyone knew what ghanaian movies were, so dont flatter yourself.

      one thing about us is that we are PROUD of who we are. we don’t try to act like what we’re not.
      we shout, yes, and we do speak pigin at times (something all west africans understand), and we do things THE AFRICAN WAY! sorry that Nollywood was started to entertain Africans, not try and be what we’re not to impress the west.
      all you people and your jajajajaja Shakespeare English, fake royalty movies, non-tradition names. its tiresome after a while.
      all these royalty movies just remind me of ripped off “Coming to America” scripts. instead of Ghana to take the time to show THE WORLD your real culture about royalty, you have rose petals and speaking Shakespeare English, like wtf? everything is just so fake, im sorry, but it is.

      “You can NEVER EVER EVER break even in your movies unless we ghaniaan help you out,”
      its funny how you say that, but in most of your major movies at least half of the crew (the people working behind the scenes) are Nigerian. don’t tell me you are a hypocrite. haha

      and lets be real, what foreigners even go into African stores. maybe Africans and Caribbeans, but what other “foreigners” are you talking about.
      i hate your kind, make up stories to boost your ego.

      because you feel your own accent is more “oyinbo-ish” you start spinning in circles and jumping up and down feeling proud of yourself. proud of your own complexes.

      1. @KinshipwambaGHba, so sounding more “british” or “oyinbo-ish” is termed “better”?
        you people never cease to amaze me with your inferiority complexes. so what if there is an accent. why should the accent make someone seem of “lower standards”?

        i never knew sounding more oyinbo-ish made you look more educated. no wonder all these people lie about being abroad, schooling here and there, this and that.
        truly sickening.

        1. @Alicia A., Learn some of our language Asante-Twi, Ga, Ewe, Hausa, Dagaati, Frafra, Okuapim, Fante-Twi, ……then come an tell me if native speakers of the language won’t criticize you for mashing up or sounding awkward Alicia, then come tell me this a INFERIORITY COMPLEX issue. I must also correct you, inferiority complex refers to an individual feeling negative about themselves and failing to see that they can do anything about and so they continue to wallow in self-pitty. I will use your very own retort earlier toward Boatema “its business, nothing personal”…..just like how we(especially Ghanaian like Blakkk Rasta) learn the Jamaican Patois and try as we may, we still end up putting in some Pidgin English to communicate.

    3. @MAAKAMAAKA, Are you for real………are you serious??????????????? You think Ghanaian movies are better than Nigerians………are you insane????????? Read this: first there’s Hollywood, then comes Bollywood, and then comes Nollywood……………….where is your so-called Ghollywood?????????????????????? You must be out of your mind to even think that Nollywood needs Ghollywood to sell their movies. Whick of the writers, producers, and directors in Nollywood can be compared to Ghollywood????????????? Are you serious??????????? The only shinning writer/producer in Ghana right now is Shirley Frimpong Manso so what are you talking about.

      Abdul Salam Mumuni is an idiot for saying this statement. He talks a lot of crap and yet still copies Nigerian movies…………………i.e………….”Royal Battle” and “Her Excellency”……………….was copied from a nigerian movie called “Unbreakable Affair” and “Only For Love” For all the haters bashing Nigerians……………you are all fools.

      1. @Adwoa, adwoa or whatever your fake name is you are very very very very very very stupid
        show me where in my statement did i ever say “GHANAIAN MOVIES ARE BETTER THAN NIGERIAN ACTORS. YOU ARE THE MOST STUPIDEST PERSON ON THIS BOARD CLEARLY – I MEAN WHERE DID YOU GO TO SCHOOL – A CYTO SCHOOL OR WHAT? – YOU CAN NOT UNDERSTAND SIMPLE SENTENCES – clearly your name adwoa is just a fake name – your understanding of grammar alone tells me a lot about you. YOUR STUPIDNESS IS BEYOND ME, i make a statement and clearly state in plain english and in the lines of GHANAIANS HAVE A BETTER ACCENT AND ARE MORE ELOQUENT FOR FOREIGN AUDIENCE TO UNDERSTAND US BETTER AND THATS WHY NIGERIANS LOVE TO HIRE US SO APPEAR IN THEIR MOVIES COS NIGERIAN ACTORS ACCENT CAN NOT BE UNDERSTOOD AND ALL OF A SUDDEN YOU HAVE TRANSLATED IT TO , me SAYING GHANAIANS ARE BETTER ACTORS THAN NIGERIANS -WU SU KWASIA DIYE MINHUN BI DA – DAMN you are so stupid, why am i responding to you. ADWOA IS THE MOST STUPIDEST RETARDED PERSON ON THIS BOARD BAR NONE (i hope your retarded ass knows what bar none means – and please dont wiki it :lol:)

  20. dis is sure not a good idea, i fnk mumuni shud reconsider his decision, its sure going to take african movie far. The entertainment industry has sure brought these 2 nations much much closer and we really dnt need this ryt now..

    1. @jo, If and ‘the people to bring money for their state and’ the problem. The people there ‘too many people arrested and locked too many movies, blackout broadcast by the authorities’ but ‘and on the ground that’ the people business that wants to escape from Ghana and Nigeria who wants to escape to bring policy of America. Not to do so, and ‘so that ruined the state but also the trade and you are to stop and stop. Trade and ‘key and you want to ruin your profits but do not believe life for your people, and even’ in this way you’re killing him, because ‘you are opposed to your authority’.I do not agree with you. I’m on the Internet for many years. And ‘the moral principle and fundamental to their state and its government is lacking in those who become famous and go far. Who takes the money and gain fame worldwide flee their homeland. And ‘why each was decided on private trade and small. The guilt and ‘people running away. Why ‘people run away when he got the money? Your government and your state must make the contract of obligation to bring money to his state, he has to make binding political party or the party of its military rule, he must do this even when the money must the job market outside of his State. Trade can not live without and do not even know who live and ‘too poor to be somebody. there was stand-alone, believe me, ‘not even if it’ still a machine that makes money. What you said and ‘the dream of the world, but’ only trade you my life, and your state and ‘always poor, both states and all continents have neccessità’ mutual trade earning money to live around the world, but that does not mean you must abandon your land, and ‘why your state and your government must learn its people to love their people and if only its land.—

    2. @jo, And ‘logical and essential That your and your government agrees not to have escaped. But ‘for the Reason That You escaped from your state. And ‘on the ground INSTEAD OF believing That you were in your course of American policy in Ghana and Nigeria. Or from Ghana to Nigeria. Or from Nigeria to Ghana. Think for Themselves Themselves or SHOULD NOT Involve the other policies, But You made it this way INSTEAD OF believing your political gain, you are rotten in the two nazioni.Voi You Just Have to believe your income and your people and ‘always and only in This Way That your state, your government, your military government says yes to your policy. but not ‘know and you are detained, Arrested, Killed and tortured. THINK TO BRING YOUR POLICY AND NOT A POLICY THAT YOUR AMERICAN Authorities’ THERE WANT! ATTEMPT TO BE THE PART OF YOUR PEOPLE TO TRADE FOR YOU IF YOU SAY THAT YOU BUY THE SPEECH. POLICY AND AMERICA ‘IN AMERICA YOU MUST ONLY IN AMERICA CI THAT GO TO BRING MONEY IN GHANA AND NOT THEIR POLICY, YOU ARE THE PEOPLE YOUR Ruins! JUSTICE HAS YOUR REASON to Offend You, But someone has ‘Also the reason to attack ABOUT WITH THE GOOD WILL OF Earnings always dreamed’ The Ruins OF LIFE OF PEOPLE POPOLO.OK? THIS IS ‘ON YOUR CONSCIENCE AND Inequality Tests Imposed by your state. O.K.? Not Be Able

  21. Why is the guy called MUMUNI though??….lol..was just wondering..lol..Aden oy3 mumu anaa??..lol..no vex..eye asem bisaa

  22. matter of fact i dont like mumuni and frank arase – i cant stand them nor any of their movies – What i would like to know is what are their nationalities. Are they nigerians living in Ghana or Ghanaians – I truly hope they are not Ghanaians but rather refugees who call themselves so. They is nothing ghanaian about their work – the names they use and the script the write is just too stupid to be ghanaian

      1. @Adwoa, what the fck is me not liking mumuni got to do with my previous statement about nigerians not being understood by foreign audience. KWASIA BA – what is the confusion about that. show me anywhere in my statement where i praised mumuni. Never liked the man and i never will. i am statin two different fckign things you moronic retard number 1: i SAID NIGERIANS DONT HAVE A CHOICE BUT TO HIRE GHANAIANS APPEAR IN THEIR MOVIES BECAUSE THEY ARE NOT AS ELOQUENT (at least most of them) and NOT WELL UNDERSTOOD ENOUGH tobreak even on sales with foreign audience,(i made the point and moved on ) then later i am also stating either FCKING WAY OF THE POINT BEING MADE BY ME TO POINT THE OBVIOUS, ,Frank Mumuni is a producer i dont give a shit about nor respect any thing he really does. So tell me kwasia ba , what is the confusion with this – what exactly in my previous sentence did i CONTRADICT to make you confuse (anaa se wunti brofu – i guess you went to cyto school). YOU ARE THE ONE WHO SEEM CONFUSE. Wuni mi ebeh abekor profo competition?????? – wabodam – u better ask somebody. Adwoa clearly you are the most stupidest person on this board. Anuofia.

  23. hmmmmmm…eye3 asem ooo…AGAIN? well bro. Maakamaaka, i can understand u dnt like some of the movies they produce…but it’s art…even in hollywood, the stories dnt depict the american culture…they go to other parts of the world to get stories to make a movie out of…so if abdul’s movies are different from the ghanaian culture, it’s not too bad…it gets to a point that it’s redundant but it’s simply stories from other countries…it’s EVERYWHERE…now i can also agree with u and abdul because ever since the movie BEYONCE came out, alot of ppl from all parts of the world have adopted to African movies…before when i went to the african store, i only see ghanaians and nigerians…but now it’s different…TRULY…but the truth of the matter is, we all have our opinions…we can choose to agree or disagree with him…but to insult his production is taking it to the extreme…because truth me told, he did put the ghana movie industry back on the map in 2003 or when it backed off in the year 2000…where was ms. shirley and leila then…dnt give me wrong, these two ladies are great, but abdul did his thing…and now producers are searching for our ghanaian stars…THIS IS JUST ABT OUR MOVIE INDUSTRY AND NOT ANY OTHER COUNTRY…he needs to promote it…ghanaian movie industry has never become second, but we also never promote ourselves well…and this is da tyme…BELIEVE ME IT’S JUST A MATTER OF TYME…i mean look at what is happening now in our industry…I AM SO PROUD and proud of the industry itself…
    Note> for the record, ghanaians dnt produce porn movies…LET’S NOT EVEN GET STARTED ON THAT ONE…because it will take another toll of it’s own…
    ~OPINION~

    1. @lily, but in fact no one has the prohibition of the gain to its production. The ban c ‘and’ by the Authority ‘only when it is integrated or external policy of America in their state, and unfortunately’ why did Ghana and even Nigeria. Nigeria has done in Nigeria with Ghana. Ghana in Ghana and Nigeria. this and ‘very offensive and unfair. many transmissions are stopped and arrested, even if the state and the government has given the offer of the gain and foreign trade for the money. It ‘s not right that after all the deals and who’ in Ghana is the policy of the enemy on the ground that there is gain ‘by the enemy, not’ so you have to do the reasoning. When you trade you must face alone the money and take your money at home but do not bring politics into the enemy’s home. And ‘why there are so many arrests and detentions to broadcasts, and much more. They are ruining people to love the enemy even if the authorities ‘have won the chance’ to make a career through to it and bring home only the gain but not the policy of the enemy. I have to remember you.

  24. @ Jojo, what a surplus Nigerian u are. U r just like your compatriots. Naija forever my ass. I couldn’t agree with Mumuni more. Stop using those pompous and good for nothing Nigerians in our movies. Back in the years when they were invading our country to act and trade(making all the money in our country) ,they didn’t see anything wrong with it but now that we are overtaking them, they are dying of envy. It is always annoying hearing them abusing our beloved stars as if they begged Nollywood to act roles. There is no way Nollywood will give roles to Ghallywood stars over Nollywood acts it they are not better and more valuable than them. It’s even worse to see Nigerians using Ghanaian passports and names and denying their identity. What a shame to deny your own country. Seriously Nollywood and Nigeria as a whole has a greater problem to worry about than envying Ghanaian stars acting in Nollywood.They should be praying to God to rescue their damaged country to be rescued from shame. The whole world hates Nigeria and it’s people. About 25% of Nigerians are prisoners in foreign countries.What a shame. They should be proud of their country and stop[ using Ghanaian passports and names. God-forsaken country and people. Idiots. Abdul i agree with u 100% stop using Nigerian acts and use our own stars. They started it and we will help them to end it. I am so happy we are the first to do what they wanted to do ages ago.

    1. @Lovistic,
      ooooo sharap! hahahaha “they started it” that has got to be the 10th time ive heard that lousy second grade line.
      please dont act like it was only Nigerians that went into ghana to trade. weren’t you people also in Ghana? isnt that why you guys have a bag named after you?
      ABEG, SPARE ME!!!

  25. @KinshipwambaGHba yes it is inferiority complex. they feel because their english is more “oyinbo-ish” it makes them better. THAT should not be a reason why you see yourself as better.
    imagine a Tanzanian telling other africans they are better or that their accents are better than everyone else because they sound the most british. to me thats the equivalent.

    1. @Alicia A., sweet heart, its time for Sociology 101, when a healthcare worker advices a person that look, due to heredity you should not engage in eating so much sweets yet the client decides not to follow through with advice and continues to say “no one adviced me” and does nothing to improve the situation of his health history THAT IS INTERIORITY COMPLEX…………. it is so because with all the chances she/he has been given/shown to improve health the person prefers to stay unhealthy and wrongfully complains that no advice was given. That example with the Tanzanian is a rubbish example of inferiority complex, please don’t miseducate the youth. What happened to the business is business statement, I as a consumer, if I cannot understand your salse pitch, Im likely to ignore you. Come next week if you bring in a salesperson who is able to communicate in a way that I understand, I will surely purchase your product. The action you took to satisfy the consumer is an example of business, nothing personal; both salespeople will benefit from the sale in the end.

  26. and it proves me point again, this website just can’t stop talking about Nigeria. lol
    no one even trips off of y’all, yet y’all keep sucking us. 😛

  27. @ Alicia A, you sounded dumb and pathetic. Do not use failure as an excuse for pride. Go watch movies like Palace Maid and tell me the difference b/n your royalty movies and our royalty movies. Your movies are extremely boring with no plots, poor picture and sound quality. i don’t think you do cos of the way you sounded damb but if u do understand the meaning of inferiority complex, u will no that u have one and all Nigerians are suffering from it. Otherwise why will Nigerians turned Ghanaian s’ use Nana and Jojo on this site. It means they value our names better than ur names. Why would Nigerians be using Ghanaian passports to travel and claim Ghanaian identity rather than their Nigerian ones. Is this not inferiority complex at the highest order.

    1. @Lovistic,
      Lovistic. who is more pathetic. you are practically Jackie’s cock sucker. abeg!!!
      and i still dont understand how the quality of a movie involves the overall plot and storyline of the movie. who cares about poor sound and picture.
      if you see nollywood movies from late 2008 and up, they have improved. they are hardly still with that fuzzy sound etc etc.
      true talk though, the royalty movies are all the same thing. the princess or prince wants to marry someone thats either poor or not royalty. blah blah. same shit.

      hahaha i know a ton of african americans with the nickname jojo, please. and no one think of Ghana when they use it.
      and what you said DOES NOT apply to ALL 140 million and the others in the diaspora.

      this site, hahahahaha, keep sucking us!:P

    2. @Lovistic, —seems to me that the problem ‘is false. If and ‘the question who has the problem must write to my address. I try and offer high gain with the promise to succeed. I have the old experience. Why ‘do not try to write to me who has the problem?

  28. I feel very sorry for this lack of contact by all political parties. Unfortunately, all go to jail I used to do this, ie ‘to send to jail, I’m sorry but the guilt and’ yours. I will always contact said. I insisted on considering the line but I always knew after the first response learned everything was silent.

      1. @shocker,I’m sorry your prison and send you to prison, I do not know ‘more’ as to say do you stop going to jail! I have not understood the detail the meaning of your sentence but unfortunately be against the policy of your country is not ‘adjust your police and I have to always stop you. Money is always money and your politics and ‘American port in Nigeria and the murders are always aimed for your sins and murders, and in particular when’ police nigernia or another State of Africa to put into practice against you to bring your state’s law. My method is called ‘learning to me the ass. I’m not tired and not ‘your tired police stop you. And only on certain occasions that I have to say in the face to others. I trade in heavy weapons in any country in the world and ‘this is my key. When everyone has said no to me I am there was very bad but I gave my cover and I believe that the police in Nigeria had already ‘got me the contact. I’m sorry because ‘certain things I have to say in the face, but also because today’ and ‘just the police that Kenya has not given me answer the first contact. All this for me has meant that Nigeria was the provision in Kenya and not against Ghana. Nigeria and ‘enemy of Kenya? My experience at the trade buys arms sales has exceeded thirty years and everything and’ documented governments. In my situation I found myself having to stop in Nigeria through the Nigeria police, who took my first time but the contact with the police in Kenya today from the other day and I have no risposta.Forse nigeria ‘ the enemy of Kenya and Ghana not? Something does not work if I get my arms in Kenya but the police in Kenya has no rispposta, but the police in Nigeria. I do not understand your lack of interest while you are still arrested you. Police in Nigeria is working very well. You have no fear? Go live in Kenya. I’m not going to forgive you even now that you have your policy against the police, I’m sorry. Police in Kenya includes all of you. Police in Kenya did not respond but I presume the reason is that the complaint must be written and sent just like always. I am very sorry to close your programs and then shut down as actors and singers and I always thought to get one line on your contact. I’m sorry your prison and send you to prison, I do not know ‘more’ as to say do you stop going to jail!

  29. Piece of advice..as a bussines Man.. you do not use such strong language ! because some years from now you may have to “eat your words” no Nation is perfect! (Ghana Included) nobody is perfect and You do not know all the 150 Million Nigerians but in a single sentence; you Insulted all of them !! El-Hadji you are very young..Elders do not vent their frustrations like that!!! God Bless you and your Family ;PEACE..I still Love My Ghanaian Friends!!