Most recently, government of Ghana as part of his willingness to support Ghana film industry made Ghanaians privy to the establishment of Film Village.
The Film Village upon series of deliberations, consensus was reached and therefore Kunsu in Ahafo Ano South District happens to be the preferred choice.
Mr James Aboagye addressing the gathering on behalf of FIPAG and all other stakeholders of Ghana Films acknowledged the enormous support giving to the film industry over the years by Nana Agyeman Badu-Duah I, Chief of Kunso.
I’ts worth knowing that majority of the inhabitants of Kunso are all in support of the establishment of Film Village in Kunso as to their best knowledge, it’ll go a long way to project the community.
More importantly, Nana Agyeman Badu stated categorically that 300 land of acres instead of the 250 previously has been made available for the construction of the pending Ultramodern Film Production house otherwise known as Film Village.
The king also noted in his address that he’s ever willing to lease additional acres of land to the construction of the prestigious Film Village if the proposed one will not be enough. As a result, he pleaded to the government of Ghana not to rescind his decision in reference to the construction of Film Village in Kunsu.
In attendance at the august ceremony was Honourable Johnson Adu Kwaku, MP for Ahafo Ano South West Constituency, Ashanti Region, Mr. Samuel Nyamekye, CEO of Miracle Films, Mr. James Aboagye, President of the Film Producers Association of Ghana (FIPAG) and a number of personalities from both the movie industry and the media.
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