John Mahama is very humble and kind – Kwaku Manu states

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Ghanaian actor Kwaku Manu recently expressed his admiration for former President John Mahama’s humility during a creative arts forum held at the AH Hotel.

The event, which brought together members of the Creative Arts community and the National Democratic Congress (NDC) flagbearer, served as a platform for discussing the pressing issues facing the industry.

In his remarks, Kwaku Manu acknowledged John Mahama’s approachable nature and willingness to engage with industry professionals. “We appreciate your humility and the fact that you take the time to listen to our concerns,” Manu said, addressing the former president.

Manu also raised critical concerns about the challenges that actors and filmmakers face, particularly when seeking support from state institutions for production. He emphasized the difficulties in accessing funding and resources necessary to sustain and grow the industry.

“We encounter significant challenges in getting support from state institutions, which hampers our ability to produce quality content and advance our careers,” he noted.

Furthermore, Kwaku Manu urged John Mahama to consider more sustainable forms of support for actors and actresses. Instead of providing monthly stipends, he proposed the construction of housing for industry professionals.

“Building houses for actors and actresses would be a more enduring solution than giving monthly stipends,” Manu suggested. “This would provide us with a stable foundation and allow us to focus more on our creative work.”

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