A Filmmaker and Creative Director, Kofi Asamoah of KOFAS Media who left the Film Directors Guild of Ghana (FDGG) has announced his intention to return back to the Guild over what he described as an excellent repositioning of the FDGG.
According to him, the Film Directors Guild of Ghana (FDGG) as it stands currently has been positioned beyond expectations and is becoming an envy of all movie stakeholders.
He said he left the FDGG because he wasn’t comfortable with the leadership style the Acting President Richard Boateng.
Kofi Asamoah said he quit the Guild, because its leader was autocratic and the structure of the association was only to his benefit.
However, speaking on Zylofon FM, Kofi Asamoah said “I would want to be part of FDGG now because he has positioned FDGG in a certain way,” that even at the government level, their voice is being heard.
Although he said he wasn’t comfortable with Richard Boateng’s leadership style, he described Richard Boateng as a great initiator.
“That guy is a great initiator. We need people like him to move the industry forward,” he said.
By: PROSPER AGBENYEGA