Ghana abounds in talent – Ebo Whyte


Mr James Ebo Whyte, popularly known as Uncle Ebo Whyte has said Ghana is blessed with an incredible number of gifted actors.

According to him, in most of his plays he unearths new talents and develops them into great stage actors.

Speaking at the Press viewing of his latest stage play titled ‘One Million Pounds’ the play writer commended the characters who staged.

One Million Pounds is a play about an ambitious young man called Kafui, who did not allow himself to be swayed by money. He led a group of four (JAMA) to the finals of a reality show fulfilling his dreams.

The group which has won the hearts of fans worldwide, survived the politics of a system that only planned to take them. One million pounds is an inspiring story of determination and fighting the odds even when all seem lost.

Some of the plays that Uncle Ebo Whyte has written and directed includes; What’s My Name, Men Run Women Cry, Dad is Mom, Mom is Dad, The Day Came, Smartest Man Alive, Forbidden, Women on Fire, Games Men Play and Bananas and Groundnut among others.

It will be shown on March 26, 27, 28 and April 2 and 3, 4 and 8 pm each day at the National Theatre.