54 Year old Adwoa Smart narrates how her height affects her anger

54 Year old Adwoa Smart narrates how her height affects her anger

- Adwoa Smart has dispelled the age-old notion that relatively short people are moved to anger more quickly

- According to the 54-year-old veteran actress, in her case it is the opposite as her anger is rather short lived

- The actresses' real name is Belinda Naa Ode Oku

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Belinda Naa Ode Oku, popularly known as Adwoa Smart, has said that her height has a direct effect on how she is usually angered.

In a video sighted by YEN.com.gh on the YouTube channel of SV TV Africa, Adwoa Smart dispelled the famous notion that people who are relatively shorter are tempered relatively quickly.

According to the veteran Ghanaian actress, although she gets angry sometimes, even when she does it is usually short lived.

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Born on October 5, 1965, Adwoa Smart is a renowned Ghanaian actress of Obra fame who is loved and respected among the people of Ghana.

In 1990 at 18, she fell in love with a 35-year-old man called Nana Yaw, one of the musicians of the Obra Soul Train. Two years later they were blessed with a baby girl who tragically died after seven months.

Adwoa Smart, who is known to be smart and witty, narrates that she adopted such attributes at an early age after realising she could stop people from making fun of her by joining them to make fun at herself.

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54-year-old Adwoa Smart narrates how her height affects her anger
Adwoa Smart reveals how anger relates to her height Source: Ghanaweb
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In another interesting report, a person who lives in the Eastern Region of Ghana has confirmed he possesses both male and female reproductive organs, a rare medical condition called hermaphroditism.

In an interview sighted by YEN.com.gh on TV3 Ghana's Facebook handle, Mr Brown, as he calls himself, mentioned that he grew up being confused as to whether he was male or female.

As a child, attending to nature's call in school was embarrassing as he possessed both organs. "My parents named me Akua, but I felt I was more male than female and decided to rename myself Brown and stop wearing female dresses," he said.

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