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Ghanaian actress, Yvonne Nelson, has come out hard on her country’s movie industry over the ill feelings some of the practitioners have for each other.

The actress, who was speaking with Sunyani-based Suncity 97.1 Radio, stated that the Ghanaian industry is full of envious people who try to capitalize on the negativity of others.
She predicted that with the trend of bad thoughts among its practitioners, a time will come when they end up producing just two English movies in a year.
She said, “It looks like there is too much envy in the movie industry. Instead of focusing on building the industry, when something happens and it is negative, they want to capitalise on it.
“It is like everybody wants to suck your blood out. When something is negative then they are happy. It saddens me and that is why we are where we are now. The movie industry is like on one leg. A year will come that we will shoot only two English movies,” she lamented.


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