Updated: Nov 26
Keteke, means train in Akan. It is also the title of a Ghanaian film by Peter Sedufia.
The film charts the escapades of heavily pregnant Atswei (played by Lydia Forson) and her husband Boi (Adjetey Anang) who are hell bent on getting to Atswei’s village to give birth. But they miss the weekly train which forces them on an adventure filled with comic and nail-biting moments.
Check out this review of the film below and some thoughts from writer, producer and director Peter.
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