Popular Ghanaian actor who is widely known as Big Akwess has finally opened up on those who killed the Kumawood Movie Industry. In a live program on Thunder TV's popular 'yi wa sum' program, the popular Kumawood actor who is also a presenter on Thunder TV disclose that Kumawood Movie Industry never collapsed but rather, it was the patronization of it that went down. He added that it was some group of people withing the Kumawood Movie Industry that collapsed the industry and not Agya Koo.
Big Akwess continued by saying that there are some key group of people in the Kumawood Movie Industry who needs to apologize to Agya Koo. Agya Koo never did anything wrong and for that matter they must not blame him for the downfall of Kumawood Movie Industry. It was some directors, actors and marketers within the industry that collapsed it. Those actors, marketers and directors were needs to apologize to Agya Koo for causing his downfall. Kindly leave your comments, share and follow us for more updates. Thank you.
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