- Suzan Haidamous, a Kumawood actress, has gone out of her way to lend a massive helping hand to veteran actor, Emmanuel Armah
- The actress drove all the way from Kumasi to Accra to personally deliver loads of provisions to the ailing actor's residence
- Emmanuel Armah suffered from a terrible stroke years ago which he is gradually healing from
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Ghanaian Kumawood actress, Suzan Haidamous, has warmed many hearts with an amazing gesture to ailing veteran actor, Emmanuel Armah.
The beautiful video was made public by ZionFelix Entertainment News as YEN.com.gh sighted it on the entity's official Facebook handle.
Suzan Haidamous, who lives in Kumasi, drove all the way to personally deliver tons of provisions and an undisclosed sum of money to the actor who is healing from a prolonged sickness.
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Watch the video below:
According to the actress' spokesperson in the video, the kind gesture is not a singular act isolated to Emmanuel Armah alone but part of Suzan's help to the aged.
The healing actor's family received the goods and expressed their profound gratitude to the young actress who decided to go out of her way to lend a helping hand.
The veteran Ghanaian actor, Emmanuel Armah, suffered a terrible stroke and has been struggling to speak for years as a video earlier showed.
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In a separate report by YEN.com.gh, a gentleman in Ghana has been captured in a viral video fixing DStv for one of his customers on his own wedding day.
The eye-popping video was sighted by YEN.com.gh on the personal handle of a lady identified as Yaa Melanin who was surprised by the incident and decided to share the footage.
In the video, the groom is spotted doing his very best to fix the gadget as quickly as he can while a car waits to take him to the church.
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