Baby mama Yvonne Nelson has said that all her efforts to revamp the ‘dead’ Ghanaian movie industry failed all because there is no unity amongst actors and actresses.
According to Yvonne Nelson, her campaign to gather signatures from actors and actresses in the country in order to petition President Nana Akufo Addo over the deteriorating nature of the movie industry never saw the light of day all because her colleagues never supported her course.
She added that only a few colleagues such as Kweku Elliot, Majid Michel, Kafui Danku and others supported. She attributed the failure of that campaign to lack of unity in the movie industry.
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“I thought I could get my colleagues together to gather signatures but some wondered why is it only Yvonne Nelson always coming up with such ideas so I fell back a little, but I will say kudos to Kafui Danku, Kweku Elliot, Majid Michel, Lucky Lawson, they were very supportive but I realised the industry was not ready for that, just because we are not united”.
On the question of whether she has given up on that campaign, Yvonne Nelson said:
“The project is still there but I realised it would be very difficult, we are not united. I sent emails out, left forms at various points but like I said, people just didn’t want to do it because they thought someone wanted to be popular that is why she was doing it, but if I wanted to see the president to have a talk I believe I could, but I was trying to get all of us involved but it is quite difficult”.