Celebrated Ghanaian actor, Majid Michel believes that with the right investment, the ailing movie industry in Ghana will bounce back to its feet.
According to Majid, the once buoyant industry has taken a nose dive because “businessmen” are reluctant to invest.
Speaking on UTV’s United Showbiz hosted by Nana Ama McBrown over the weekend, the actor disagreed with the notion that the movie industry is dead.
He called on more private investors to channel their funds into the film industry while urging industry players to also look beyond government for help.
Among other things, Majid Michel also slammed the media over who he described as “a lost of direction”.
He blamed the media for making him a Pastor when he has not attained any formal training to be one, while dismissing news of a purported surgery he had had.
On retiring from the film profession, Majid stated, “I’m not ready to stop acting, it is forever”.
He however disclosed that he has been off screens for sometime because of other engagements including empowering the youths and raising next generational leaders.
He urged his fans and all movie lovers to expect him back on screens soon.