Mr. Fred Nii Y Amugi a veteran actor and MC has expressed worry about the the shoddy artistic works by some mushroom movie script writers, producers, directors, actors, actresses and their works scattered on our silver screens.

In an interview with Mr. K-Official on Sunyani based Sky Fm entertainment show dubbed Loud In Gh, Mr. Amugi indicated that the entry point into the movie industry has become so porous that people who are novice about cinema have trooped into the industry making it unattractive and loosing  local patronage as well as international and competition.

"Guys who use camera at social gatherings such as funerals, weddings and outdoorings  have all turned into movie make up artistes, producers, directors and producers themselves without the requisite skills and knowledge of doing so. And this has a denting image on our industry" the former president of Ghana Actors' Guild pointed out.

FRED Amugi(in cowboy hat) Mr. K-Official (in polo cap)

He further on noted that he won't feature in such movies with mediocre because he is a professional and would want things done in the right way.

He therefore called on the young talents who intend to venture into the industry to enroll in accredited institutions to brighten their talent.

"The beast of no Nation" star commended Nana Ama Obeng-Mensah a young talent who wrote and produced "Butterfly" series he featured in for for her thrilling artistic works which premiered in Sunyani this Saturday at Eusbet Cinema.

The all new series stars some veteran actors like Fred Amugi and Gavivina Tamakloe together with some well-known actors like Paul Wilson, Don Kingsley K. Yamoah, Anthony Woode and Chi-Chi Neblett. Butterfly also features some promising movie talents like Theresa Dowuona, Adepeju Igbokwe, Caleb Yeboah, Rock Anane Frimpong amongst others.

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