- Psalm Adjeteyfio said he was suffering from various ailments including an enlarged heart
- Some Ghanaians pledged their support for him on social media
- But Adjeteyfio said he has still not heard from those who promised him
Earlier this year, YEN.com.gh reported the story of veteran actor Psalm Adjeteyfio who is battling many different ailments.
He was suffering from enlarged heart, prostate, shrinking manhood, and others, as he revealed in an interview on the Delay show and reported by YEN.
Consequently, veteran actor Psalm Adjeteyfio was moving from one media house to the other pleading with benevolent Ghanaians to come to his aid financially due to deteriorating health condition.
Following this, some Ghanaian celebrities went haywire on social media, and on television with all sort of promises to help TT, as Adjeteyfio is fondly called.
But in a new report sighted by YEN.com.gh on Ghanaweb, TT has said he has not heard from those who promised to help him.
According to the veteran actor, those who promised to help him have not lived to expectation
He revealed, however, that just a few of the many who promised him have reached out to him with some form of support, but like Oliver Twist, he needs more help.
Psalm Adjeteyfio has told the sad story of how he left his wife and children for another woman he described as a demon.
According to him, this woman demon caused him to neglect his children, forfeiting his responsibilities toward them, not even making any effort to take them to school.
For this reason, the children, who managed to survive and obtain education by the help of their mother have alienated themselves from him.
They have also neglected TT, now that he has grown old, with the demon woman nowhere around to help him.
TT further apologized to his children, asking them to forgive him.
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