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January 3, 2016 | Red Carpet/Movie Premieres

Yvonne Okoro Hits Big With Ghana Must Go

Francis Addo
Yvonne Okoro Hits Big With Ghana Must Go

Even though movie premieres have not been attracting large patronage in recent times, Yvonne Okoro’s new movie, Ghana Must Go has proven otherwise.

The movie’s premiere at the Silverbird Cinemas in Accra on Saturday, recorded a very large number of movie patrons than ever.

Silverbird officials had to stop selling tickets during the red carpet ceremony because there were no more spaces available in its cinema halls.

“Thanks to everyone that turned up for Ghana Must Go …it was so insane sold out premiere…,” Yvonne said on social media, Sunday afternoon after receiving congratulatory messages from contented patrons.

The premiere ceremony was attended by showbiz names like Nkem Owo aka Osuofia, Kofi Adjorlolo, Lydia Forson, EL, Sandra Ankobiah and Luckie Lawson.

The rest include Roseline Okoro, Elizabeth Okoro, Nana Akua Addo, Adjetey Anang and a host of others.

Ghana Must Go, directed by Frank Rajah Arase is comedy that reflects on the cultures of Ghana and Nigeria while it also silently revisits a common history between the two countries.

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