Coordinators of Golden Movie Awards Africa (GMAA) have safeguarded its choice to present an unbelievable status on some famous Ghanaian on-screen characters and producers, including Jackie Appiah and Nadia Buari, in their up and coming honours.
Mimi Adani Michaels, who is the Director of NMJ Ghana, the coordinator of the honours function, told NEWS-ONE that “they have the right to be called legends”, independent of what anybody supposes.
As a feature of the current year’s version of the honour function, coordinators have presented the GMAA stroll of notoriety.
This is portrayed as a pre-privileged action upon the arrival of the headliner for five ‘legends’ who have been in the business for over five years and have contributed enormously to the development of the film business.
This development comes from the need to perceive the endeavours of legends who have added to the achievement and development of the film business.
The five are Nadia Buari, Van Vicker, Roger Quartey, Jackie Appiah and Abdul Salam Mumuni.
Being a legend implies they are very celebrated, particularly in their field.
In any case, a few commentators figure they don’t have the right to be called legends since it is too soon for an amazing status to be presented on them.