Actress Halliote Sumney Exposes Toxic Competition in Ghanaian Film Industry: Find Out How She’s Fighting Back!

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Competition is a common factor in the entertainment industry, but for the Ghanaian film industry, it seems to have taken a turn for the worse. According to upcoming Ghanaian actress, Halliote Sumney, the negative competition among creatives in the industry is hindering its growth and ability to compete with other African countries.

Sumney spoke about her personal experiences of negative competition among her colleagues, specifically among women in the industry, who she believes are more negatively competitive than their Nigerian counterparts. She emphasized that the unhealthy competition has taken a toll on the industry and prevented it from achieving its full potential.

Sumney called for more collaboration and support among creatives in the Ghanaian film industry to achieve success and effectively compete with other African countries. Drawing a comparison between working with Ghanaian and Nigerian actors, she noted that Nigerians are more harmonious and efficient at supporting each other, whereas negativity among many individuals in the Ghanaian film industry leads to unhealthy competition and hinders growth.

Sumney also revealed that she is working with Ghanaian Executive film Producer, Enoch Atakorah, to positively contribute to the growth of the Ghanaian film industry and leave a lasting legacy. She teased that she has some surprises in store for her fans and movie enthusiasts in the coming months and hopes to inspire creatives to support and collaborate with each other for the growth of the industry.

The negative competition among creatives in the Ghanaian film industry is hindering its growth and ability to compete with other African countries. Sumney’s plea for more collaboration and support is a positive step towards creating a more harmonious and effective industry. It is vital for the industry to embrace positivity and teamwork to achieve success and leave a positive legacy.

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