Beautiful Kumawood and Zylofon Media actress, Benedicta Gafah has warmed up social media with an emotional video of herself shedding tears after a donation exercise to some widows of the Ascension Baptist Church in Kumasi.
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The actress who has been very active after her juicy deal at Zylofon went through was seen in a video shedding tears as she said a word of prayer after the donation.
The donation was an initiative of the Gafah Foundation; a project that had been started by the actress. The items donated included assorted food items and other stuff. The excercise took place on the morning of Friday, January 5.
She started off by saying that miracles happened everyday so it was divine that she had to share her success with them. She then fell on her knees and admonished the widows to always pray for strength and peace whenever they sought the face of God.
The actress was accompanied by a team which included local gospel sensation, Bro. Sammy during the donation exercise.
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Speaking in an interview on Kumasi-based Kesben FM after she was signed on by Zylofon Media, the actress said there was no way she was going to forget Kumawood because of her lucrative deal.
The actress said she would be ready any day to star in a Kumawood movie if she was called upon. She added that she owed her current good fortunes to Kumawood because it was the local movie industry that made her who she was.
She added that Kumasi was her home and there was no way she would turn her back on the movie industry in the case where they come calling on her to feature in any movie.
The actress, as part of her signing on package was given a Toyota Fortuner for her official use.
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Benedicta Gafah broke out into stardom after featuring in a number of Kumawood-produced movies alongside some of the industry’s favorites including Kwadwo Nkansah, Yaw Dabo and Vivian Jill Lawrence.
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