Actresses Association Sends Warning Signal


Mercy Asiedu, President of ACTAG
The Actresses Association of Ghana (ACTAG) has threatened to sue the host of ‘Anigyefie’ on Royal Television in Kumasi, Papa Kumasi and Akwasi Asamoah, a resource person on the show, for alleging that all actresses engage in sexual relationship with producers and directors before given roles in movies.

In a letter copied to the BEATWAVES , ACTAG had taken strong exception to the said utterances, describing the allegations as ‘defamatory, uncalled for and a smear on the integrity of the membership especially against those married and those who are yet to get married in the group.’

The letter said the utterances of Big Akwess had, therefore, brought the image of the entire membership into disrepute and also made them subject of ridicule in the eyes of right thinking members of the society.

‘We are by the letter requesting your station as a matter of urgency to retract the said publication with three days from the day of receipt of this letter.

In addition, your station should do a publication in the print media three times rendering an unqualified apology to the entire membership.

We have the firm instructions of our clients to commence legal action against the host, the guest and the station upon failure to adhere to our admonitions,’ the letter highlighted.

By George Clifford Owusu ([email protected]

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