Fred Nuamah, the CEO of Ghana Movie Awards, has stated that he is disappointed in Film Producers Association of Ghana (FIPAG) for the manner in which it handled actress Yvonne Nelson and the illegitimate ban saga.
Speaking to Ghanacelebrities.com, Fred repeatedly mentioned that the way Yvonne Nelson was treatment was absolutely disgusting.
“For a young talented girl to be treated like this is not only degrading but also inhuman. If a child wrongs the father, she is under an obligation to apologise and the father also has a duty to accept this apology instantly and forgive the child,” he said.
Fred continued by saying, “Yvonne Nelson did what is expected of a good child. She apologised to Abdul Salam at the infant stage of the whole controversy. Yvonne further mobilised her industry friends including Majid Michel and her manager to help apologise to Salam which the latter refused to accept. Is it therefore not ironic that an apology has been accepted and the girl is said to have been forgiven at this late hour? ”
Fred Nuamah considered it disheartening that those in charge of the ban requested that Yvonne Nelson publicly apologises for a crime which she allegedly committed in a private place.
“If she disrespecting Abdul Salam on a movie set was the core reason of the whole confusion, why ask her to go and apologise via TV, radio or any other form of media?”
He said what baffled him more was the rationale behind Yvonne Nelson’s late hour apology and its acceptance, after she endured about 9 months of substantial loss of income, insults and disrespect.
Fred however acknowledged and commended Yvonne Nelson for how well she was able to do for herself during the time, adding that she successfully launched her glaucoma foundation which was doing great in helping the society.
“She has also bought a new top of the range car and has launched her own weave/wig collection,” he added.
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