I Want To Celebrate Cocoa Farmers - Lil Win
Comic actor, Lil Win, outlines that his “Cocoa Season” series is to promote hardworking Cocoa farmers in Ghana
Lil Win has heaped praises on Cocoa farmers.
The comic actor explained how he holds Cocoa farmers in such high esteem that his series "Cocoa Season" is a tribute to all hardworking Cocoa farmers who have contributed to the growth of Ghanaians one way or the other.
The upcoming series has a star-studded cast, the likes of Kofi Ardjorlolo, Mr Beautiful, Matilda Asante, Vivian Jill Lawrence, Ellen White, among others.
Set to be aired in the coming days, the series directed by Theophilus Amoabeng also has guests appearances from music stars like Stonebwoy, Fameye, Joey B, DopeNation, Yaa Pono, Strongman, Sista Afia, Reggie Rockstone, among many others.
“I want to use this series to celebrate and encourage cocoa farmers to continue their good work for the country. Personally, I respect cocoa farmers a lot and I want to use this platform to encourage people to go into cocoa farming because it is very lucrative which most people often disregard.
“My role in the movie depicts a very successful cocoa farmer who is highly respected in the community. Through cocoa farming, I was able to raise my sons and daughter who grew to become very influential people in society,’’
According to Lil Win, the aim of the series will be killing two birds with one stone.
Reviving the love Ghanaians have for local movies while also displaying the resources she has.
He declared that the show will feature over 70 Ghanaian celebrities while speaking in an exclusive interview with Peacefmonline.com.
“Local movies help preserve our culture as a people and as an actor, I was not happy about how foreign series had dominated our screens. Despite the downfall of the film industry over the past years, I decided to do something creative that would receive the movie industry and continue to thrill movie loving fans."
"So I decided to combine veteran actors and popular musicians in this series so that both music and movie fans can have a feel of what their favourite artists can do on the screens,” he concluded.