He said this when reacting to claims by popular Kumawood actor, Bill Asamoah, that complacency on the part of players in the local movie industry collapsed the one-time vibrant industry.
Contrary to the assertion by some stakeholders that the industry suffered because of the erratic power outages that engulfed the nation for not less than three years, as well as piracy and the influx of telenovelas on Ghanaian TV channel, Bill Asamoah believes that complacency is the major bane.
But speaking on Day Break Hitz on Hitz FM, the vociferous presenter said that Kumawood movies are done in a rush and as such, lack the quality needed to sustain the industry.
He also bemoaned the high level of insults in the movies.
“I will never allow my six-year old and my nine-year kids to watch Kumawood movies because they are full of insults” he said emphatically.