Psalm Adjetefio: Owusu Bempah donates GHC 5k to veteran actor

Psalm Adjetefio: Owusu Bempah donates GHC 5k to veteran actor

- Reverend Isaac Owusu Bempah, has pledged to support legendary Ghanaian actor, Psalm Adjetefio

- His pledge came after news broke that the actor, popularly known as 'TT' came out to say that he needs money to cater his medical expenses and also for his upkeep

- For some time now, 'TT' has been in the news about his poor heart condition

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After news went viral recently that popular actor, Psalm Adjetefio, needed money for his upkeep and also cater for his medical expenses, Reverend Isaac Owusu Bempah, founder and leader of Glorious Word and Power Ministry International is the lastest to come to his aid.

The controversial Owusu Bempah, has pledged to give GHS 5,000 to support 'TT' has he battles his ailment.

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In an interview on Peace FM, Psalm Adjetefio said he needed support for medical bills and upkeep.

"I've never said anywhere that I need money for surgery. The request was meant for my survival since I take about 12 to 15 different drugs daily," he said.

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However, Rev.Owusu Bempah who was listening to the interview was touched and sent a text on the show stating that he will support the actor with GH₵5,000.

In recent news, legendary Nigerian actor, Pete Edochie says he is against the idea of men kneeling to propose to their fiancées.

He said it is not African for a man to kneel and propose to his woman, therefore, does not see the need to do so.

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It has become a recent trend for almost every young African man who wants to marry his fiancée to kneel -sometimes in public- and propose to the woman.

However, the award-winning Nollywood star says that routine is the 'Whiteman's culture' which should be avoided by Africans because it goes against the foundation of marriages in Africa.

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