Ghana’s High Commissioner to India, Mike Ocquaye Junior, has revealed that Ghanaian filmmakers have signed a memorandum of understanding with their Indian counterparts.
He said this at the premiere of Indian stage play, ‘Niyati,’ at the National Theatre.
“The Americans have done it with Hollywood, the Nigerians have done it with Nollywood but the Indian film industry is the biggest in the world. At the moment, the Ghana film industry has signed an MoU with a section of the Indian film industry.”
“For example, the first thing they proposed is that the Indians will come here with their production crew to come and film some of their movies in Ghana. They will come and spend money in our hotels. They will spend money in terms of food, use the carpenters here to build the stage,” he added.