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COMEDY IN GHANAIAN CHURCHES RESPONSIBLE FOR COLLAPSE OF MOVIE AND THEATRE INDUSTRY – Rev. Kyei Duah

Stephen Adom Kyei-Duah, the General Overseer and executive director of Believers Worship Centre, has attributed some of the failure of Ghana’s theater and film industries to the Christian community.

He cites the increasing number of comedic performances taking place in churches as evidence that churches have found a method to dominate the comedy business.

“It is Christianity that has led to the collapse of the Kumawood industry. The church has collapsed the movie and theatre industry. They are the ones now into concert. Now people can say I want to have a laugh and so I am tuning in to the channel of a pastor.

How will such a person again go the National Theatre when the theatre is now in the church and every church is now on free-to-air TV?

“Now all the concert is found in the church so people do not patronise movies. At first you use to only see witches confessing in movies but now the same thing is happening in the church.

We used to see that and the accompanying insults during concerts but now all of that can been found in the church. Those in the movie industry may not know (but) I am now telling you what has led to the collapse,” he said during a discussion on his Second Chance TV.

The Believers Worship Centre, under the leadership of Addo Kyei-Duah, is quickly growing to be one of the largest churches in the nation.

According to some common Christian views, Adom Kyei-Duah is adamantly opposed to witchcraft’s existence and its capacity afflict people.

His popular “Sobolo” drink which he touts to wield various miracle and healing powers has caused him to receive various criticisms.


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