Kumawood collapsed because producers and directors treated key actors badly- Agya Koo

Why Kumawood Collapsed Agya Koo

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Veteran Kumawood comedy actor, Alex Kofi Adu popularly known as Agya Koo has revealed the cause of Kumawood’s collapse.

Kumawood was once upon a time a booming movie industry and by far more successful than Ghallywood which collapsed decades ago. The industry produced prominent stars like Lil win, Kwaku Manu, Akrobeto and several other celebrities.

The once thriving industry collapsed all of a sudden leaving many Ghanaians wondering what the problem could have been. Movie enthusiasts attributed the cause to the poor quality in production and terrible CGI while others blamed the lack of language diversity in the industry.

Agya Koo who was one of Kumawood’s pillars has given his expert opinion on what led to the collapse of the industry.

In an interview o AMBASSADOR TV PLUS, Alex Adu said that the collapse of the industry was caused by the refusal of producers and directors to include key actors in the movie scenes.

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“I will never say Kumawood Movie Industry has collapsed but we are facing some challenges which can be solved easily” Agya Koo observed.

The veteran actor claims that because he and other key actors were sidelined, Ghanaians stopped watching movies from Kumerica. He also alleged that actors in his league were treated badly.

“Those who were the key players in the industry were sidelined and the majority of Ghanaians were unhappy about how some of us were sidelined and treated badly so they stopped watching Ghanaian movies”. He said.

“I’m back including some actors who were sidelined and with teamwork, unity, and determination we will surely revive the industry. I can’t do it alone without the support of my colleagues” Agya Koo explained

“Though some Directors and Producers are still doubting the revival of the movie industry,  I believe with unity, prayers, and determination,  the Kumawood Movie Industry will bounce back within two years”, he assured.

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