A Country Called Ghana – Coming Soon. 5 things to know about LilWin’s upcoming project.

Ghanaian actor and comedian Kwadwo Nkansah, popularly known as LilWin, has shared some exciting details of his upcoming movie project titled “A Country Called Ghana.”

LilWin is a well-known figure in the Ghanaian entertainment scene, who has starred in several Kumawood movies and TV shows. He is also a musician and a producer.
In his interview on Hitz FM, he spoke about his upcoming project.

1. It will be a series, not a movie
LilWin said the project, titled “A Country Called Ghana”, will be a two-season series.
“It would be a series but it would be just 2 seasons. Usually, series are long; it would be tough for me to do a long series, so it’s just 2 seasons,” he said.

2. It’s targeted towards Netflix
Lil Win intends to make the series tailored for Netflix but needs to prove he can get the numbers, so he got the Nigerian actors on board to help him achieve that.
“I intend to make a movie tailored for Netflix, and you know that if you want a movie to be taken up by Netflix, you need to prove you can get the numbers, so I got the Nigerian actors on board to help get those numbers and get them on Netflix,” he said.

3. It is fully sponsored by LilWin
He asserted that the project is entirely funded by him and expressed his intention to submit it to Netflix upon completion. His goal is to secure funding from Netflix for future endeavors, paving the way for more ambitious projects down the line.

“Even with this, they are just 3 to 4 actors. If they were about ten, then, you could say there’s a problem. For every art project, it’s best to feature others to boost numbers,” he said.

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4. Plot
He also said the series will be in English and Twi. He added that the storyline is about a group of foreigners who find themselves in a Ghanaian village where only one character speaks English.
“The storyline is about a group of foreigners who find themselves in a Ghanaian village. But no one there speaks English except my character,” he said.

6. Other Ghanaian acts
He revealed some of the cast members of the series, which include Nigerian stars such as Ramsey Nouah, Awilo Sharp Sharp, and Charles Awurua, as well as Ghanaian stars such as Omar Krupp, Paa George, Afriyie.

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