Popular Ghanaian actor who is widely known as Akrobeto has finally reacted on the downfall of Agya Koo and other matters. In an interview with Agyei Sikapa on One Ghana TV, the popular Ghanaian actor disclose that acting was a talent that was given to him and for that matter he never struggle to do it when he get on set. He added that no matter how popular you are as an actor, you still need to be humble since without the movie producers, you are nothing.
Akrobeto continued by saying that Agya Koo became very busy at the time he became famous in Ghana and for that matter it made it difficult for movie producers to get him on set. Agya Koo was no where to be found when producers needed him and for that matter the movie producers decided to replace Agya Koo with another actor. Agya Koo downfall came as a result of not being reliable for movie producers on movie set. Akrobeto added that Fadda Dickson and UTV has really helped him in creating a content on UTV which has attracted may views of late in Ghana.
If the program i host on UTV has become successful, then it is Fadda Dickson and Kennedy Osei who are behind it. They have really helped me right from the first i was given the job to host a program on United Television. Kindly leave your comment, share and follow us for more updates. Thank you.
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