Ghanaian actress Roselyn Ngissah is suggesting Ghana’s movie industry should consider shooting more Christian movies since Ghana is a Christian nation and such movies have the tendency of teaching good morals.
Roselyn’s comment comes months after her role in a Christian movie titled, The Wife.
“I glad to be part of the shooting of the movie because it is a Christian movie which teaches Christian values and norms. It’s very difficult to see producers shoot educative Christian movies with didactic themes because they think such movies wouldn’t sell.
“Every producer wants to make profit so normally that’s why most producers shy away from shooting Christian movies. But I believe it has its market; so it’s one area I will urge producers to invest in,” Roselyn advised.
The new movie, produced by Francis Afotey Mensah, also features other award-winning Ghanaian actors including actress cum producer Kafui Danku.
It will be premiered in Toronto, Canada, and other selected European countries where Roselyn Ngissah and Kafui Danku are on schedule to make appearances.
The Toronto premiere is scheduled for Saturday October 31, 2015 and will be the first African Christian movie to be premiered at the Presbyterian Church of Ghana in Toronto by Florex Entertainment in collaboration with Canadian Urban African Group.
Source: Daily Guide