Kumawood actor, Kwaku Manu, has urged the incumbent government to make efforts to support the movie industry or watch it die.

According to him, his colleague actors and actresses will soon hit the streets to sell coconut if the government does not treat the industry as their own property.

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“If Ghanaians will listen to me and not politicize it, the president has met with the press twice since he came into government but he has never mentioned anything about the movie industry. Trust me; if something is not done soon, in the next four years, actors will go into coconut selling business”, Kwaku Manu disclosed on the Delay Show.

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He has called on his colleague actors, specifically the veterans in the industry to sit up and straighten the path of the movie industry.

Kwaku Manu also urged the government to partner private investors such as Nana Appiah Mensah, the CEO of Zylofon, to move the movie industry up the ladder to meet international standards.