Unraveling the Mystery: Why Lilwin Opted For Nollywood Stars In "A Country Called Ghana

Kutl Ahmedia


The Ghanaian entertainment scene has been buzzing with curiosity and intrigue following Kumawood actor and musician, Kwadwo Nkansah Lilwin's decision to cast Nollywood stars in his upcoming movie, "A Country Called Ghana," instead of featuring local talents. This unexpected move has sparked debates and raised eyebrows among fans and industry insiders alike.

In a recent interview with Rashard on Gh Page TV, Ghanaian musician Flattelo shed light on the behind-the-scenes dynamics that led to Lilwin's unconventional casting choices. According to Flattelo, who claims to be privy to Lilwin's inner circle, the decision to enlist Nigerian actors stemmed from challenges faced in securing commitments from Ghanaian actors and actresses.

Flattelo revealed that Lilwin initially intended to feature Ghanaian talents in his movie but encountered reluctance and rejection from prominent figures in the local entertainment industry. Despite offering monetary compensation, many popular Ghanaian actors and actresses purportedly declined the opportunity, citing various reasons for their refusal. Notably, Flattelo mentioned that even acclaimed actress Jackie Appiah turned down the offer, citing personal reasons such as decorating her room with a new carpet. This series of rejections left Lilwin with limited options, ultimately leading him to explore casting alternatives beyond Ghana's borders.

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