The former actress and television personality, Grace Omaboe has revealed that the modern illustrations of Twi Language used in some local productions has lowered movie standards.
In her interview she disclosed that the constant depiction and unnecessary use of the Twi Language as a tool to disrespect and abuse others is damaging the film industry.
She stated that:
“It is really bad, they think that the more you can insult, the better you become a star.”
She added that past times scripts were used to polish the language and comparing it to present time they use such harsh language. She also added that more people use impolite terms on a regular basis, without considering their potentially harmful impacts.
During her interview, she has shared her views with Jim Awindor. He recently voiced the worry that current filmmakers are producing movies without deliberation for the cultural values of Ghana. He suggested that filmmakers should make conscious efforts to be watchful of what they deliver to the public.
The legendary actress raised her opinion, she said that comedic delivery has influenced the dismissive use of severe vulgar terms, such as “kwasia” and “aboa.” She clarified that in past if wife called her husband ‘kwasia’. This word can also prove reason behind her divorce.
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