Ghanaian artiste, Jason Gaisie, popularly known as
Pappy Kojo says he will gladly accept a Kumawood role.
Speaking in an interview on the Big Conversation segment on Culture Daily, Pappy Kojo mentioned how good it feels to laugh.
When asked whether comedy is an outlet for him and if that’s how he survives and keeps his head straight, Pappy Kojo said, "Don't you enjoy laughing? There is no reason, it's just good to laugh".
Further questioned whether he’ll pick an Yvonne Nelson script regardless of the status of their friendship, he answered saying, "I will do it, but it has to be comedy. Like I said, Kumawood. I don’t think Yvonne Nelson does comedy movies, it has to be a comedy movie. I will love to do that; I think I can do that."
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