Sad photo pops up of Veteran actor waakye suffering from stroke

Sad photo pops up of Veteran actor waakye suffering from stroke

- Waakye is reported to have suffered from a stroke in 2013

- Based on medical reasons he has been banned from having sex since then

- The 60-year-old has been off the acting scene since he fell sick and is recovering steadily from his ailment

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Most Ghanaian veteran actors in their old age, are almost always forgotten because they no longer grace the screens of Ghanaians to entertain them.

One of Such actors who have been forgotten is Prince Yawson and affectionately called Waakye in the showbiz cycles.

According to a post sighted by YEN.com.gh on Precious Tritone Maw's Facebook post, in 2013, Waakye suffered from a mild stroke.

His condition according to the post, based on medical reasons he has been banned from having sex since then.

Sad photo pops up of Veteran actor waakye suffering from stroke

Prince Yawson and affectionately called Waakye Source: UGC
Source: Facebook

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The 60-year-old has been off the acting scene since he fell sick and is recovering steadily from his ailment.

Waakye is a divorcee with two beautiful daughters.

Waakye became famous during the popular TV Drama series “Obra” which was shown on the National Television GTV.

He starred in popular movies like Ogboo and Man Woman. He has also featured in most of Harry Laud’s productions and series like Jagger Pee series and the Living Arts Show.

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In other news, in a viral video sighted by YEN.com.gh on Salt 95.9FM, a young couple reported to be deaf tied the knot in a very beautiful white and traditional ceremony.

One would have mistaken the deaf couple for just any other couple as they danced graciously danced to the tune of the song being played.

Surrounded by both family and friends of the bride and groom they both showed that love indeed has no boundaries.

During the exchange of vows, the bride and the groom exchanged their vows in using sign language.

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