Kyekyeku Finally Speaks Following The Huge Turnout At The Premiere Of His First Movie, “1957”

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Talented Ghanaian actor and comedian, Kyekyeku, who is known in private life as Bismark Ofori, on Wednesday, March 6, 2024, the social media space talking with the premiere of his first-ever self-produced movie titled, “1957”.

The movie despite some concerns about it being a flop concerning the number of people who will make time to go and watch as it was a weekday, saw a huge turnout that surprised many.

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The SG Mall, which was the venue for the premiere was filled to the brim with people who were eager to feast their eyes on the movie for the very first time.

Following the huge success he has chalked, Kyekyeku has come out to express his gratitude to all the people who turned out in their numbers to attend the premiere.

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In an interview, he mentioned that he was overwhelmed by the massive crowd that made it to the program despite their tight schedules and the challenges they might have encountered.

“I’m surprised by the turnout of events, and I am proud that we made it. The massive attendance was not by any means but by the grace of God that made it possible. I had the conviction that this would be successful which has come to pass,” he said.

He ended his remarks by asking all his fans and Ghanaian movie lovers to expect more productions from him.

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