Actress Emelia Brobbey says Ghana’s movie industry is doing far better than its Nigerian counterparts.
Ms Brobbey in an exclusive interview with tv3network.com stated that the collective efforts by the people involved are the main reason why the movie industry has taken the giant step
“Ghanaian movies are doing so well and I believe it’s doing far better than the Nigerian movies now,” she suggested.
“I think it’s the hardwork of the artistes, directors and producers and crew on the whole.
“We have all come together to support the industry so I see that the Ghanaian movie industry has a great future.”
Emelia Brobbey, popular for her roles in Kumawood movies, worked as a professional trained teacher until her debut as an actress in 2001.
She has since starred in various movies.