Tonye Princewill's 76 conquers Ghana FeaturedWritten by LEDUM ALFRED
Nollywood movie blockbuster, 76, has set its foot on Ghanaian soil setting another record as it received airwave review and rave. The team, led by Ramsey Nouah, arrived Ghana on the 6th of January and headed straight to business.
In a face-to-face interaction with 76 fans, fellow celebrities and all the top media houses in Accra, the capital city of Ghana, Nouah and his compatriots sold tickets, took selfies, did snapchat and interacted with fans back-to-back for three whole days. YFM and City TV, two top media houses in Ghana, were on hand to receive the team on arrival at the Accra International airport.
76 is now set to be the most successful box office movie from Nollywood that is not a comedy. It has already broken records from rights acquisitions, made internationally and in Africa
“Nollywood has reached No. 3 in the world with or without government help. We don't need to wait for government to do our bit. Let government see us walk and then maybe they can help us run. In Nigeria the last administration eventually recognized our value. I also feel confident this one will also do the same. We are an asset”, Ramsey Nouah said, adding, “Give them time.”