“A Country Called Ghana” Remains Ghana’s All Time Best Movie In The Past 10 Years – Frank Fiifi Garbin Br@gs

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Ghanaian star Kwadwo Nkansah, better known as LilWin, showed his long-awaited movie “A Country Called Ghana” for the first time at the National Theatre on May 17, 2024.

A lot of people came to the event, including famous people from the entertainment business and die-hard fans.

Entertainment experts have talked about the movie, which stars top Nigerian actors Ramsey Nouah, Charles Awurum, and Victor Osuagwu.

Videos show that the launch went well. A lot of people from Ghana came out to support LilWin; the National Theatre was packed, and people had good things to say about it afterward.

Ahoufe Patricia, Medikal, Kalybos, and other artists and players were present at the event. A lot of Nigerian stars who played parts in the movie were also at the event.

And prior to the movie premier, renowned movie actor called Frank Fiifi Gharbin in an interview with SeanCity TV hosted by Ruthy made it emphatic that “A Country Called Ghana” remains Ghana’s all-time best movie in the past 10 years for obvious reasons.

According to the seasoned director, there’s no movie that tells the history of Ghana better than “A Country Called Ghana” for the past ten (10) years citing the enigma of “Kan Kan Nyame” during the regime of Dr. Osagyefo Kwame Nkrumah to buttress his point as portrayed in the movie.

Watch the interview below for more:

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