I Don’t Have Problem With Ghanaian Actors’—-Uche Jombo

By on March 14, 2011

Nollywood actress, producer and scriptwriter, Uche Jombo, has denied having problems with her Ghanaian counterparts.

Sometime last year, a rivalry controversy ensued between the Ghanaian movie industry and Nollywood due to a statement by authorities of the former that any Nigerian film maker or actor coming to work in that country must pay a fee.

The statement actually sparked off controversies with the stakeholders in Nollywood giving similar prerequisite for Ghanaian thespians working in Nigeria.

But Uche Jombo has denied knowledge of the development. According to her, she has been working in Ghana without anybody asking her for a fee and the Ghanaians that participated in her own production in Nigeria didn’t pay a dime as well.

“I’m not aware of that, my brother. I have been working in Ghana and nobody asked me for a dime. Besides, Jackie Appiah participated in one of my productions and didn’t pay anybody, so there is no problem,” Jombo said.

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  1. ufuoma peace

    March 21, 2011 at 12:58 PM

    wel its a gud thing dat our nigeria movie stars should not ve problems with our neighbours d ghanaians bcos they re still our brothers,so no matter wat we should leave in peace.long live d nigeria film industry,long live d ghanaian film industry.Lets be united in one.

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