Amusement of Thursday, 8 April 2021
Source: Jerry Sampson, Contributor
Ghanaian movie producer Samuel Whyte Agyapong carries on to champion the need for highway basic safety education and learning and govt intervention in the absence of avenue lights on quite a few roadways in many elements of Ghana. Recently, he produced a snippet of his small film on ‘Road Safety’ on social media declaring the movie will enable draw consideration from governing administration companies and other stakeholders.
A couple times ago, in an job interview in Accra, he discovered that his commitment was from his experience where by he witnessed the loss of life of a victim of a highway incident.
Right after witnessing the untimely death of a female who bled profusely at a bus end following a ‘hit and run’, movie producer Samuel Whyte Agyapong determined to embark on a campaign to eradicate road incidents in Ghana. He expressed his wish for ‘an accident-no cost Ghana’ saying, “It really is so sad to see individuals dying from preventable accidents on our roads. But, it’s even sadder to see that some of the triggers could have conveniently been prevented this kind of as carelessness.
Even, the absence of lively road lights on numerous of our streets at evening is also a variable. But, I believe that if we all speak up about this, it will undoubtedly be decreased. As a filmmaker, I am applying my medium to access as several persons as attainable to be a part of this marketing campaign”, he mentioned.
Samuel Whyte Agyapong’s short movie options some preferred faces in the Ghanaian film business such as actor Qwesi Blay, Kumasi-dependent actor ‘Sum Sum’, Mimi Buari and others. The movie will be unveiled on YouTube and other free-to-air community television stations. Even so, the exact time for the launch will be announced at a later day.