Okwantuni Mmobro

StreamLine Productions is back with another timeless and quality movie titled Okwantuni Mmobro (The Woe Of A Traveler)

The movie (Okwantuni Mmobro) features top actors including Kwadwo Nkansah Lil Win, Akrobeto, Rose Mensah (Kyeiwaaa) among others.

Okwantuni Mmobro was shot in Ghana and the UK under StreamLine Productions.

Synopsis Of The Movie

In Okwantuni Mmobro, Akrobeto who had his life moving on well in the UK was spiritually challenged to bring his wife, Kyeiwaa and stepdaughter to join him in London. His best friend, Kwadwo Nkansah Lil Win was a musician in Ghana, who had nothing positive moving on for him but due to the trust Akrobeto had for Kwadwo Nkansah, he sent him a huge amount of money to raise some properties in Ghana for him while he, Akrobeto is away. Nkansah betrayed the friendship Akrobeto had for him the moment he used that money to work on his flight to the UK to start his own life there. The cloth of poverty started suiting Akrobeto in UK but to make his case worse was when his wife, Kyeiwaa had to paralyze him in the name of ‘properties’. Akrobeto after suffering from this disease had to come back to Ghana for treatment.

What do you think will happen to those who betrayed the love and trust he had for them? Will Akrobeto revenge or leave his problems to God? This is what you need to find out in the movie Okwantuni Mmobro

The movie was directed by Isaiah Kofi Appiah and according to the CEO of StreamLine Productions, Aaron, Okwantuni Mmobro will be out on the 4h of April 2016.

For the meantime, enjoy the trailer of the movie below…

By Bossu Kule

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