Samuel K. Nkansah popularly known as Ninja has dedicated his best visual effects award to the memory of the late Ebenezer Donkor popularly known as katawere.
Ninja’s most recent movie “show mercy” which featured katawere was adjudged the movie which best integrated live action footage and generated imagery to create environments which look realistic , but would be dangerous, expensive, impractical or impossible to capture on film at the just ended Ghana movie awards which took place at the kempinski Gold coast hotel in Accra on Sunday 4 December.
He beat the likes of Afua Marley, Prince Dovlo, and Obi Studios to emerge as winner of the category.
According to reports, Frank Fiifi Gharbin received the award on behalf of Ninja who for unknown reasons, failed to show up on stage for the award, though he was spotted at the venue.
In an exclusive interview with Otecfmghana, Ninja dedicated the award to the memory of Katawere who died few weeks ago, for his contribution to almost all of his projects.
“I dedicate this award to the late katawere…….may his soul rest in peace, we worked together in harmony and this award is as a result of his great contribution”.
Elated Ninja, thanked God, his fans and the organizers for the award.
Ninja is a movie director and the brain behind Ninja movie productions with the record as the only Ghanaian whose movie appeared on American basic cable and satellite television channel, TBS.