Kumawood entertainer, performer and Youtuber, Kwaku Manu maintains that the public authority should construct a sculpture to pay tribute to incredible Ghanaian entertainer, Agya Koo for his enormous commitment to the Ghana film industry. In an elite meeting with Kumasi-based vlogger, Poleeno, Kwaku Manu made sense of that in the prime of his vocation, Agya Koo through his acting ability constrained Ghanaians to foster an adoration and premium for Ghana motion pictures in when Nigerian films overwhelmed the market.
"We should fabricate a sculpture to pay tribute to Agya Koo. Regardless of whether his sculpture isn't underlying Kumasi, it ought to be implicit the capital, Accra. It is a result of him that numerous Ghanaians came to cherish Kumawood films and opened the entryway for us all," Kwaku Manu made sense of. As per Kwaku Manu, Agya Koo assisted the country with producing bunches of income as his presence in films supported the deals of Ghanaian motion pictures. These, he accepts, made ex-president John Agyekum Kufour grant the unbelievable entertainer with the Grand Medal grant.
"For what reason do you suppose President Kufour granted Agya Koo at some point back? Do you know how much cash the Nigerians were making from Ghana through their motion pictures? Agya Koo shut down all that with his motion pictures. The man is basically a legend." Kwaku Manu likewise referenced that Agya Koo molded his vocation in going about as he was a coach to him from a good ways.
"It is through Agya Koo that we have all had the option to make it in acting. I used to watch Agya Koo's motion pictures I actually do. Agya Koo is one of only a handful of exceptional entertainers I watch and statement his lines when I am acting, " Kwaku Manu made sense of.
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