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NEWS: Golden Movie Awards CEO, Mimi Abu Andani, cannot continue to organize the awards scheme due to financial challenges.

The Golden Movie Awards has been one of the most sought-after award ceremonies in Ghana's movie industry. The platform has been instrumental in celebrating and recognizing the achievements of actors, actresses, and filmmakers in Ghana and beyond. However, the recent announcement by the CEO, Mimi Abu Andani, that she cannot continue to organize the scheme has caused quite a stir in the entertainment industry.

In an interview with Joy FM's Kwame Dadzie on the 'Showbiz A-Z' show, Mimi revealed that she has faced numerous financial challenges and lack of support from sponsors for the past seven years. According to her, the awards ceremony costs about 600,000 to 800,000 cedis each year, and despite investing her own money for seven years, she has never gotten the needed financial support from cooperate Ghana.

It's unfortunate that despite the numerous efforts made by Mimi Abu Andani and her team, the Ghanaian corporate community has failed to support the Golden Movie Awards. The lack of support from sponsors is quite alarming and shows that there is a dire need for the corporate world to recognize the importance of the entertainment industry in Ghana.

The creative arts industry plays a significant role in the country's economy, and it's high time the government and the private sector support the industry's growth and development. Sponsors should realize that investing in events like the Golden Movie Awards goes a long way in promoting Ghanaian talents and improving the country's image on the international scene.

Mimi Abu Andani's revelation is a wake-up call to the government and the private sector to support the entertainment industry adequately. The movie industry has the potential to create job opportunities and generate income for the country. Thus, investing in it should be a top priority for all stakeholders.

Mimi, however, appreciated the support she received from industry stakeholders, stating that she has 'one million percent support from the industry. Thousand and billion support.' The support from the industry players shows that the entertainment industry has a strong foundation, and with the right support from the government and the private sector, it can achieve more significant feats.

In conclusion, the news that Mimi Abu Andani cannot continue to organize the Golden Movie Awards due to financial challenges is a sad one. It's high time the corporate world and the government in Ghana recognized the importance of the entertainment industry and supported its growth and development. It's time to invest in Ghanaian talent and showcase it to the world. We hope that Mimi's revelation will spark a change in the country's entertainment industry and lead to better support for the creative arts sector.

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