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I’VE WORKED WITH MANY GHANAIAN CREATIVES BUT RECEIVED LITTLE RECOGNITION – LilWin

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Ghanaian actor and producer Kwadwo Nkansah, popularly known as LilWin has shared some explanation for his choice to include performers from Nigeria in his next film production, “A Country Called Ghana.”

LilWin stated that bringing in foreign talent is essential to bringing new life to Ghana’s film industry and building his own producer profile in the process.

LilWin expressed his shock and called attention to the unfair criticism of critics who had disregarded his earlier collaborations with Ghanaian artists but had criticized his association with Nigerian actors with lightning speed.

In a YouTube interview LilWin argued, “Shouldn’t we aspire for progress rather than regress in life? If progress is our objective, then we should engage in ventures that delight our audience. I’ve collaborated with numerous Ghanaian artists and actors in past projects without objections. Were those individuals from Togo?”

He showcased his earlier films such as ‘Mr. President’ and ‘Papa No,’ which showcased Ghanaian talents like Maame Dokono.

LilWin emphasized the need for creativity in a field that is sometimes criticized for its lack of variety and said that bringing in foreign players was essential to growth and progress.
Notable Nigerian actors featured in ‘A Country Called Ghana’ include Ramsey Nouah and Awilo Sharp Sharp, illustrating LilWin’s dedication to pushing boundaries and broadening the horizons of Ghanaian cinema.

 

 

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