Enjoyment of Wednesday, 29 July 2020
Resource: Bernard Ralph Adams, Contributor
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Veteran actress Maame Dokono has disclosed that she shed all her sources in an attempt to become a parliamentarian ahead of the 2008 general elections.
The failed parliamentary aspirant explained to Television set XYZ’s Legends programme hosted by Agyemang Prempeh that she spent a ton of funds on her marketing campaign but dropped the contest in the primaries.
The actress, whose real name is Grace Omaboe attempted at getting to be a parliamentary candidate for the Birim North Constituency in the 2008 elections but was unsuccessful.
“I employed my money and my almost everything to campaign for the NPP. They missing, so, I came to zero. Which is why I say if you are an artiste and you might be heading to be part of a political social gathering be mindful simply because if your occasion loses — it truly is your end”
Detailing the effects of carrying out get together politics on her acting profession, the thespian credited with about 100 motion pictures reported filmmakers in the place sabotaged her.
In accordance to the 74-calendar year-outdated actress, she was blacklisted by film producers and administrators simply because they claimed she was no much more martakble.
“No person wanted to element me in his or he motion picture. It was a short while ago they have commenced providing me roles,” Maame Dokono disclosed.
Owning discovered from practical experience, the veteran actress, informed Agyemang Nie that she’s misplaced desire in social gathering politics stating she will not overtly declare her support for any occasion.
Maame Dokono additional recommended Ghanaian celebs to desist from indulging in bash politics and if they would look at venturing into it, they ought to be neutral to help save their job and keep away from getting victimized.
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