The problem, according to him, is the decision by some actors and actresses to disassociate themselves from the group.
He told Adom Entertainment News that the worrying situation has adversely affected the progress of the group.
The award-winning actor opined that, the Guild that is to protect the wellbeing of actors and actresses in the industry is currently drowning but he believes that the situation would have been different if all his colleagues were to work together in the interest of the group.
Mr Asamoah, who doubles as the President of the Ashanti Regional branch of the Ghana Actors Guild, says some of the group members have also stopped coming for meetings to deliberate on the improvement of the industry and their own welfare.
He, therefore, advised his colleague actors and actresses to identify themselves with the Guild and contribute their quota to make the group a better one.
The Kumawood Darling, as he is popularly called, lauded the late Ghana Actors Guild President, Rev. Eddie Coffie and commended him for giving the Guild a global recognition.
“He might not necessarily be the 100 percent leader, but his impact was greatly felt,” he emphasized.