Agya Koo praises co-actor Akwasi Boadi aka Akrobeto for speaking well of him as being instrumental in the growth of the local movie industry in the country.
Akrobeto mentions how he visited Agya Koo in his residence in order to show him the windfall he had gained from making movies.
The local movie industry in the country has fallen down flat if we are to put it jovially but the actors who made this industry to be what it was in yesteryears can’t be overlooked.
Veteran Kumawood actor Akwasi Boadi has enumerated instances where colleague actor Agya Koo helped the movie industry to be enviable.
Akrobeto went on to mention he was thankful to Agya Koo and had to show the first two cars that he ever bought from making movies to the latter in his house.
He said he was candid enough to tell Agya Koo that he had enjoyed the fruits of his work by the popularity that he had helped build the movie industry to.
This was shared on Agya Koo’s Instagram
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