Arnold Asamoah is a Ghanaian media personality and entertainment journalist. He is also an aviation safety inspector with the Ghana Civil Aviation Authority. For the past months, he has been one of the permanent panellists on the United showbiz. Yesterday, on the united showbiz hosted by Nana Ama Mcbrown, where they were discussing Reverend Ayin-Asare’s comments on the local movie industry, where he said that the movie directors should start working hard so that their movies can be like that of the Nigerians and the Indians. Arnold then said on the show that, Rev. Ayin-Asare should rather pray for investors to come and invest in their movies because the movie directors don’t have the money to produce quality movies. And he should stop comparing Ghana’s movie industry to others country’s own since there is no external support for the locals.
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