Akua Donkor Declares: Kalybos & Majid Will Help Lift the Economy of Ghana With their New Movie-Amakye & Dede
The greatest Ghanaian politician and founder of Ghana Freedom Party-Madam Akua Donkor for the second time has spoken sense, a departure from her usual position on issues.
Last week, Akua Donkor changed her toothpaste which seems to be making a huge difference in her utterances. Since then, she has been calling for Ghana’s presidential debate to be held in Twi, on the back of the most sane argument we’ve ever heard.
And now, she says, Ghanaian actors-Kalybos & Majid Michel will certainly help lift the economy of Ghana with their latest movie titled ‘Amakye & Dede.’
The movie which will surely score the two actors a joint Oscar nomination next year will be premiered in Accra on Easter Saturday, 26th March, 2016—at the SilverBird cinemas at Accra and West Hills mall.
Considering the huge income contribution Kofas Media, the makers of this new film brought to Ghana with their first feature film-Kalybos in China, you do not need to be an economist to spot that, Kofas’ latest will greatly help change the poor direction of Ghana’s Economy as Akua Donkor has declared.
Speaking on Joy Fm about her plans for this Easter, Akua Donkor said, “I will be home throughout the whole Easter except that I will take my children and friends to the Silverbird cinema on Easter Saturday to watch the latest movie of Kalybos and Majid Michel, called Amakye & Dede.”
She continued; “I don’t really love these Ghana movies because I fall asleep before it even starts and also pop corn at the cinema cost a lot. But with this new movie, which is a rib-cracking romantic wahala, there’s no way I will fall asleep. Also, I am told I will get a free pop corn for buying a ticket for just 40 GHS. And the movie will help lift the economy of Ghana.”
‘Amakye & Dede’ stars Majid Michel and Kalybos in the title roles, two childhood friends who’ve grown up and still remain inseparable. But then, when they both fall in love with Ahuofe Patri’s character- their long time friendship is threatened.
To overcome this challenge and still retain their friendship, they cook up what they think is an ingenious plan. They both chase the girl, and whoever wins her hand gets to be the lucky one. It’s the ‘This Means War’ of Ghanaian cinema.
Aside these mouth watering actors already mentioned, the movie also features several other big names on the local scene, including John Dumelo, Emelia Brobbey, Roselyn Ngissah, Apostle John Prah, Salma Munin, Fred Nuamah, Boga Gh, Kobi Rana, Grace Nortey, Yaw Dabo, Jackson Davis and Moesha Boduong.
Check out the trailer of the movie below…