Ghanaian actor, Adjetey Annan popularly known as Pusher has eulogised local actors and actresses describing them as very talented.
According to him, the perception that film makers in the local movie industry known as Kumawood are not professional is not true.
Speaking in an interview with Andy Dosty on Daybreak Hitz on Hitz FM, Monday, Pusher explained that most of the Kumasi-based actors deliver more than the English-speaking ones, affectionately labelled: “Ghallywood”.
The “Things We Do for Love” hitmaker said “People think those in Kumawood are shallow but sometimes they are way better, their delivery is spontaneous and natural…”
He added that, the only thing that might be a plus to the Ghallywood crew is vocabulary.
“We are just good with the vocabulary but they really are the big deal…” he said after citing the experience he gained from acting with veteran actor, Akrobeto.