Majid Michel, though still considerably young, can be added to the list of legendary Ghanaian actors to have brightened our screens with their acting skills, but looking at where it all started for him and where we are now as an industry, Majid cannot help but succumb to frustration over what he feels is an incapable and poorly equipped movie industry.
He noted that Ghanaian movie producers are barring the passion behind the job are in there to make money in order to feed mouths at home, unfortunately however, there is no industry to fund and support to live their passion and also make money to feed their families.
Majid Michel speaking in an interview with Fiifi Forson on Jesus is the reason, the actor noted that the introduction of various medias and platforms have all but handicapped movie producers as they are fighting a losing battle against copyright infringement.
Adding that due to the challenges face in making movies in the country with their investments rarely producing the desired results, most of them are bagging their bags and leaving the industry and that movie producers are becoming an endangered species in Ghana
He gave a special mention to a colleague in the industry, Martha Ankomah and her new movie, and expressed his avid hope that her movie does well though there is no industry to support and promote it.