The dying and collapsing Ghanaian movie industry seems to be having hope at the moment. Ghanaian but Nigerian based actor Enock Darko popularly known as Bombshell or Watabombshell has told his fellow country men and women to have hope because they are going to revive the movie industry, besides he is doing his best internationally.
Watabombshell currently stays and acts movies in Nigeria. He can be said to be one of the most sort after actor in the Nigeria movie industry. He is almost everywhere posting his videos and his new works on his social media platforms.
Just about an hour ago, he took to his Facebook platform to write and also post a video of himself telling Ghanaians in a local dialect (Twi) that they will revive the Ghanaian movie industry.
In this same video, he also said he is doing his best overhere (Nigeria) and he knows that his other colleagues in Ghana are also doing their best. He was seen dreadlocks and he himself was doing his makeups before featuring a movie.
Enock Darko is undoubtedly one of the best actors and comedians that Ghana has ever had. His contribution to the Ghanaian movie industry will definitely help revive the industry once again.
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