“Ghana Must Go” stars Yvonne Okoro, Ik Ogbonna, Blossom Chukwujekwu, Helen Paul, Ada Ameh and Nkem Owoh popularly known as Osuofia.
Desamour Production Company has announced the premiere date of the much anticipated movie “Ghana Must Go.” »
Produced by the award-winning Ghanaian-Nigerian actress, Yvonne Okoro » , the movie will be coming to Nigerian cinemas in June 2016.
Directed by multiple award winning filmmaker, Frank Rajah, “Ghana Must Go” stars Yvonne Okoro, Ik Ogbonna, Blossom Chukwujekwu, Helen Paul, Ada Ameh and Nkem Owoh popularly known as Osuofia.
Set in Accra, Ghana, the comedy revolves around two young lovers who are of Nigerian and Ghanaian origin. Yvonne Okoro plays the role of Ama , a London based Ghanaian lady who brings her Nigerian boyfriend, Chuks
played by Blossom Chukwujekwu, home to meet her parents, resulting in all hell being let loose.
Ama’s parents especially her father refuse to give their blessings to their relationship, citing historical happenings between both neighbouring nations as reason for not accepting Chuks. The series of events that play out test the love and marriage of the young couple in the most hilarious and unexpected ways.
This is the second feature movie from Desamour Company Limited after the 2012 box office success of “Contract”.
The movie was released earlier in 2016, and has already enjoyed box office success in Ghana. The Nigerian Premiere is set for Saturday June 4, 2016 in Lagos, Nigeria.
FilmOne Distribution Company will be taking the movie to cinemas across the country from June 10 2016.