Award-winning Ghanaian actress, Martha Ankomah has called on investors to put in their best to help bring back the ailing Ghanaian movie industry.
If you are really a social media fan, you may end up looking down on yourself due to how most of our celebrities behave as if they walk on diamonds and are even richer than the likes of Dangote and Bill Gates, covering their faces with filters and photoshops.
Little did we know that most of them are living in penury, I mean broke to the extent that they dine with poverty on the same table.
Martha Ankomah has revealed in an interview with MzGee on JoyNews that Ghanaians should not look at how actresses and actors flaunt themselves on social media because most of them are actually empty vessels just making noise on the internet to cover up their poverty.
She also added that she felt very disappointed in Gabby Otchere Darko of the NPP after he condemned the Ghanaian movie industry.
“I feel very bad but also very disappointed in what Gabby said. I’ll be so glad if Gabby can actually talk to the people who are investing to come to invest in our movie industry,” she told JoyNews’ MzGee in an interview.
“You and I know things are not okay with us. It is just social media hype. It is just trying to feel significant in public. You know I won’t lie, there’s nothing happening so I’m begging you, movie industry, we really need help, we really need investors. What you see on Instagram and Facebook is not real,” she said.