Yvonne Okoro Storms Kumasi With Ghana Must Go

Yvonne Okoro

Yvonne Okoro

After a successful premiere in Accra, Yvonne Okoro’s latest, Ghana Must Go, is set to open for new audience in Kumasi.

The movie will this Saturday, February 6, premiere at the Kwame Nkrumah University of Science & Technology, where a large number of students and Kumasi movie enthusiasts are expected to troop.

Ghana Must Go’s premiere in Accra on January 2 registered a very huge audience attendance and it is expected to repeat the same feat in Kumasi as Yvonne Okoro and her team are billed to make appearances.

It is co-produced by Roseline Okoro. Yvonne waited three (3) years to return to the production bench after her first produced movie, The Contract.

Directed by Frank Rajah Arase, it stars Yvonne Okoro, Kofi Adjorlolo, Luckie Lawson, Blossom Chukwujekwu, Nkem Owoh and a host of others.

The movie tells the story of Ama who arrives in Accra with her fiancé Chuks. She is met at the airport by her brother Kwabena, who is stunned to realise that Chuks is a Nigerian- a significant detail Ama had failed to disclose to her family for a good reason.

On reaching the Kanga family house in Accra, it suddenly dawns on Chuks that Ama is from a rather affluent family. Her mother Dolores is an Accra high society lady and her father Alex is a retired senior army officer and a wealthy industrialist. They have all been under the impression that Chuks is an American, Australian or Namibian, not a Nigerian. When the secret is discovered, it creates havoc in the household.

The rest of the story is what movie fans will see for themselves at the premiere.

By Francis Addo (Twitter: @fdee50   Email: [email protected])


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