Ghana's Tourism Minister responds to Kohwe's cry for support; powerful photo drops

Ghana's Tourism Minister responds to Kohwe's cry for support; powerful photo drops

- Veteran Ghanaian actor, 'Kohwe' has finally received help

- This follows reports about the veteran actor's plea for assistance

- Ghana's Minster of Creative Arts and Tourism, Barbara Oteng, reached out to make a donation to 'Kohwe'

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Owing to reports about a plea for help by veteran actor, Kofi Laing, better known as 'Kohwe', the Minister of Creative Arts and Tourism, Barbara Oteng, has reached out to him.

Speaking on Adom FM, 'Kohwe' bemoaned the worsening condition of veterans despite having worked hard to bring smiles to the faces of many Ghanaians

'Kohw'’ noted the Ghana film industry was not financially rewarding at the time he and his colleagues were very relevant actors.

The aged but talented Ghanaian veteran actor called for support, stating that people should help while he’s still alive and not wait to show benevolence when he dies.

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Ghana's Tourism Minister responds to Kohwe's cry for support; powerful photos drop

Veteran actor Kofi Laing aka 'Kohwe' and the Minister of Creative Arts and Tourism, Barbara Onteng. Photo credit: ghanaweb.com
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Following his cry for help, the Minister of Creative Arts and Tourism on Friday October 4, 2019, reached out to him to make a donation.

Other Ghanaians, home and in the diaspora, have also revealed they have made some form of donations to the veteran actor.

Colleague actors and other personalities in the entertainment industry have also expressed interest in extending their support to him.

Kohwe starred in the very much watched Akan Drama series as well as the ''Kaneshie Odorkor'' TV series.

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