Celebrated Ghanaian actress and film producer, Kafui Danku, has held a press briefing to inform the media about her soon-to-be launched book titled “Silence Is Not Golden”.
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In the said publication, Kafui Danku reveals the trying and emotional moments she has gone through in life.
The book, according to the renowned actress, will also open up on her marital issues which she has successfully kept away from public consumption.
As expected, the book will also touch on the two loves of Kafui’s life – her husband and daughter.
The press briefing was held yesterday in Accra and though Kafui Danku refused to give full details of its content, YEN.com.gh gathered that the book will also touch on the societal and relationship issues including sexual harassment faced by Kafui and other women.
She disclosed at the event that the book is available for pre-order ahead of the launch which will come off in February this year.
Stating her inspiration for writing the book, Kafui Danku said: “The last few years of my life have been very challenging and filled with circumstances and stress.
So when I was going through that face of my life I realised that a lot of other women were also going the same face due to emotions that were suppressed. I have suffered in silence.”
The book, Kafui indicated, is also aimed at inspiring other women who suffer similar fate as hers to speak up.
She revealed that the book is full of suspense which would get readers flipping its pages to get the juicy contents of it.
Kafui added that the book which delves into her personal musings will also used for a movie so that those who do not enjoy reading can also benefit from it.
Kafui Danku is married to her Canadian husband called Mr. Kojo Pitcher.
After suffering three miscarriages, the couple last year welcomed their fist baby Lorde Ivana Picther and that lighted up their lives.
To celebrate her joy, Kafui went ahead to spread her pregnancy pictures all over social media and she was lambasted for that because according to some people, that act is against Ghanaian culture and traditions.
However, at the launch, she was spotted without her ring on. When asked, Kafui explained that the ring gave her a skin reaction and so she decided to take it off.
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