The disaster that claimed hundreds of lives through flood and fire almost three years ago is set to be documented in a film for posterity.
The June 3 disaster will be filmed in a documentary to remind Ghanaians of their collective failure as a country according to Ghanaian filmmaker, David Masterwille.
The Director and Producer, whose international documentary works have received some awards, believes this film will help memorialise the many Ghanaians who lost their lives.
The filmmaker is also one of the creative artistes who think that the Akufo-Addo-led administration through the Ministry of Tourism, Arts and Culture, has not lived up to expectations so far.
He told Hitz FM’s Daniella Adu Asare, the structures in place to assist passionate artistes like him, were not functional.
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