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Ghana’s Entertainment Industry – An Overlooked Quicksand Sinking Its Creatives Both Young And Old

Kwame Sefa-Kayi saw the future, realized it wasn’t looking good. He exited the movie industry and never looked back.

John Dumelo mixed politics with acting to prepare himself for a future more promising than what his career as an actor could ever offer him.

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Bice Osei Kuffuor a.k.a Obour was until recently, President of the Musicians Union of Ghana. His tenure did not yield anything tangible other than corruption, greed and mismanagement.

Obour, too, was working towards a secure future away, yet not too far away from the entertainment industry. Eventually, he has become the boss at Ghana Post.

Psalm Adjetefio recently came out to beg for help. Veteran actress Kumiwaa, after years of dedicating her life to acting, is currently needy but refuses to beg for help because she wants to avoid the fate of her colleague, Psalm.

If the entertainment industry acted more proactively to implement a system that captures data of all its members to ensure they all receive royalties for their work, viral Nigerian upcoming artiste, Potable, wouldn’t be buying a Range Rover before Kwesi Arthur owns one.

Without mincing words, GHAMRO, in particular, is a useless entity that pretends to understand the concept of royalties paid out to talented musicians.

However, it is difficult to discuss these hurdles because the talents have settled for the mediocrity of the Ghana Entertainment Industry.

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In pidgin, we ask, “Suffer no dey taya you?”

SOURCE: GhanaCelebrities.Com



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