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We Are Sorry, We’ve Learnt Our Lessons. Forgive Us – Vivian Jill Begs Ghanaians

Ghanaian sensational actress and producer, Vivian Jill Lawrence has apologised to Ghanaians to forgive the mistakes of the kumawood industry and embrace their second coming. Vivian Jill was was very optimistic about the bouncing back of the kumawood industry asked Ghanaians to accept it when they come.

Speaking on UTV’s United Showbiz programme hosted by Nana Ama Mcbrown, Vivian Jill Lawrence revealed that, many lessons have been learnt over the past years after the industry collapse and many corrections have been made by the industry to revive the kumawood movie industry which will forever stand as it used to be.

Vivian Jill Lawrence apologised to Ghanaians for forgiveness of everything the industry players did that made them to avoid watching the kumawood movies and assured that they are working on their mistakes and weaknesses to ensure they give Ghanaians what they deserve.

The once vibrant kumawood stars were featured on Nana Ama Mcbrown’s United Showbiz where they shared their experiences with the industry. Many blamed the producers for not being creative in bringing something that follows change in time there by collapsing the industry.

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Currently most of those once vibrant actors and actresses have turned social media influencers and TV and radio presenters after the death of kumawood. They are however optimistic that the industry will come back stronger again from its cotomatose

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