By Faith Kamtambe:
The killing of people living with albinism in the country has forced one of the entertainment outfits in the country, Magic Promotions, to partner Restoration Films to release a film titled The Roadblock.
The film seeks to fight the barbaric acts.
Co-founder of Magic Promotions, Chris Loka, said over the weekend that the situation has gone out of hand as little is being done by relevant authorities to stop the malpractice.
He said, considering the circumstances, they thought of releasing a film so that people should be aware that killing people with albinism is inhumane.
“As an entertainment company, people living with albinism form part of our fans; they patronise our events and celebrate with us in several activities; so, we need their peace back,” Loka said.
Restoration Films Director, Alex Standy, said the movie, which features a person with albinism, has been produced in a way that people watching it should learn from it and also be aware that “we all have a right to live”.
Smith Kanono, a person with albinism, is starring in the film.
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