- A section of Ghanaians on social media have shifted attention to ailing veteran actor Emmanuel Armah
- This comes on the back of the untimely demise of Kumawood actor Bernard Nyarko
- There are calls for something to be done to help the sick veteran actor rather than wait until the unfortunate happens
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Following the untimely demise of popular Kumawood actor Bernard Nyarko, Ghanaians have drawn attention to sick renowned actor Emmanuel Armah.
In a post sighted by YEN.com.gh on the Facebook page of Enkasa GH, pictures of Emmanuel Armah were shared along with the question of whether the country would wait until the unfortunate happens to him before showering praises.
The call seems to be laudable as the popular veteran actor Emmanuel Armah has been sick since 2017 and out of the scenes completely.
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The veteran Ghanaian actor Emmanuel Armah suffered a terrible stroke and has been struggling to speak for years as a video earlier showed.
Following the news about his condition, a group of Ghanaian actors paid the veteran actor a visit at the 37 Military Hospital where he was on admission for quite some time.
However, it is thought that more could be done to appreciate and help the actor judging from the extent to which the recent demise of Bernard Nyarko was regarded.
Several people have been speaking their views on the issue. Fati Issaka added that Emmanuel Armah has reportedly been unable to pay his medical bills but no one is helping.
Agnes Bimpong, however, criticized the move to publicize Armah's story instead of simply wishing him well.
Lucilly King wished the actor well and prayed for God's intervention for him
In another report, parts of social media have been filled with extreme grief after the story of a young and adorable Ghanaian lady by name Sandra passed on sadly on her birthday.
The story was made public by Nana Tea, a gentleman who is usually known for breaking authentic news in a popular Ghana-based Facebook group called Tell It All.
According to Nana, the lady passed on Tuesday, May 5, 2020, which was her birthday.
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