For some weeks now Dankyira-Obuasi has received all the negative comments from Ghanaians when some residents lynched an innocent military man in the person of Major Adam Mahama for committing no crime. Though the Major was buried last Friday, his painful death is still the talk in town.
As painful as it is some movie makers/producers from Kumahood like Paul Gee, Akwasi Boadi (Akrobeto) have expressed interest in using Major Mahama’s death case to shoot a movie to educate Ghanaians about mob injustice and the need to halt it. Though some Ghanaians have pleaded with these Kumahood producers not to do that since they virtually inject humour in almost all their movies, they (producers) think it is good and prudent they document this for future reference and all that.
The spokesperson for the late Major Mahama’s family has also made it clear to Franky 5 the host of the TIG Show on Hitz FM that using the Major’s death case to shoot a movie would rather bring about pain to the family and the children when they grow. He stressed that, it could really bring about some psychological trauma as well to the family and so no movie producer should do that at least for the family.
He went on to thank Ghanaians for their massive support for the family since Major Adam Mahama passed away. And also thanked the media for making sure the circulation of Mahama’s videos and pictures were minimized on social media when he was lynched.
Isaac Kwaku Kpogeh (Papa Ike)