You Promote Foreign Movies But Invite Ghanaian Actors To Your Studios For Shows – Actress Naglad Fires TV Stations

The rampant manner in which many foreign telenovelas with Twi voices are taking over the screens of Ghanaian TV stations has caused rising actress, Gladys Akosua Norvor, popularly known in showbiz circles as Naglad to launch a very firey attack the way of the local TV stations who are at the fore in this inferiority complex.

The ‘Boys Abre’ actress in an Instagram video sighted by questioned why local TV stations have decided to aid in the decline of the Ghanaian movie industry. She expressed her shock as to why only foreign telenovelas are promoted on these networks while there are many great local movies which can be given the same attention as well.

Naglad stated emphatically in her rant video that in all these what is even more disheartening is the fact that these TV stations will always adopt the Twi language for these telenovelas even though there are movies in Ghana which has the Twi as its originally set language.

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She tells these TV stations to stop being hypocrites who will show foreign movies on the networks and later on, invite local movie stars like Agya Koo, Kojo Nkansah Lilwin, Nana Ama Mcbrown, and others onto their sets as host of shows.

The actress ends her rant by urging local TV station to make sure they promote local movies just like they do foreign ones.

Watch the video of Naglad fire these hot shots below:



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