REPORT: Foreign Telenovelas To Be Shown Only Twice In A Week On TV Channels – Ghanaian Filmmaker Discloses Meeting Government On This Directive

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The era of showing Telenovelas every day on Ghanaian television channels will soon come to an end, according to an Executive Member of the Film Producers Association of Ghana.

According to award winning filmmaker –also an executive member of the Film Producers Association of Ghana (FIPAG), Mr. Paul Agyei, the association has had a considerable discussion with the government and very soon a regulation will come out from the Information and Arts ministries directing TV stations to air foreign Telenovelas twice in a week.

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Paul Gee, as he’s popularly known, made this revelation in an exclusive interview with Ashh FM Entertainment-Zone last Sunday. According to him, when this law is enforced it will minimize the rate at which foreign telenovelas are shown on the local television stations – as it’s the bane of the movie industry currently.

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