Ghanaian actor and singer, Kwadwo Nkansah popularly known in the movie industry as Lilwin say the government is not treating Ghanaian celebrities fairly.
The well-known actor told Zion Felix in an interaction on ‘Me Car Mu FM’ that the government doesn’t regard celebrities, adding that, they only care about them during elections.
According to Lilwin, the government haven’t put in place anything to improve the life of celebrities and says they only care about celebrities during their political campaigns.
The ‘Mama Boss Papa’ hitmaker stressed that politicians only think about their interest first.
Lilwin said the reason for financial crisis of celebrities is because the government don’t care for them, adding that the celebrities don’t benefit much from their acting career and music life but gain more from the business side of show business.
His comments come after the Food and Drugs Authority [FDA] and the Ghana Gaming Commission issued directives which prevent celebrities from adverting for alcoholic and betting companies.
The musician wished celebrities would be allowed to work under certain regulations which will benefit them and the country as well.
By Donabenger Cobbinah