- Actress Efia Odo has shed tears after she was asked to talk about her father and his impact in her life
- Efia Odo got emotional while revealing how she did not have the opportunity to know her father well
- Fans of the actress after watching the video consoled her and applauded her for not talking bad about her father
Popular actress and television presenter Efia Odo known in real life as Andrea Owusu has cried after being asked about her father.
According to the screen goddess, she did not have the opportunity to live with her father because her mother sent them to USA.
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In an interview with Accra-based radio station Hitz FM, Efia Odo expressed pity at the fact that her father has not been in her life.
"My father, he is an amazing man, although I don't know him because I didn't," she said as she began to cry.
The actress cried for a while as she showed emotions that she is sympathetic about the story of her father.
Social media users after watching the video consoled her:
@maame.6448 claimed she is facing same ordeal as Efia Odo: "Hmm sis I no hw u aa feeling, am in de same shoe u aa wearing but now God has made a way.without him u aa ok now so let thank God for our life."
@akosua_juicy1 prayed for Efia Odo: "I pray she finds a way to settle with her dad it’s really painful."
@obi_dofo_trigga expressed admiration for Efia Odo: "i love dis lady so much, just can't get enough of her."
@omarionalidu had this to say: "Life hard oo."
@michaelbeela1 consoled Efia Odo: "Sorry my love, GOD knows the best 4 u in ur life."
Meanwhile, YEN.com.gh has published a story about Efia Odo after she revealed details of her relationship with Shatta Wale.
The actress claimed that she feels comfortable with the dancehall musician so he sometimes come to pick her from home.
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