Veteran actor Emmanuel Armah's wife finally reveals sickness that has bedridden her husband (Video)

Veteran actor Emmanuel Armah's wife finally reveals sickness that has bedridden her husband (Video)

- Stella Amina Anakwa, the wife of bedridden Ghanaian actor, Emmanuel Armah, has opened up about her husband’s illness

- Amina Anakwa reveals that her husband is suffering from stroke

- She detailed the cause of her husband's absence from the screens in an interview with ZionFelix

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Stella Amina Anakwa, the wife of ailing Ghanaian actor, Emmanuel Armah, has finally opened up about her husband’s sickness.

As earlier reported by YEN.com.gh, the veteran actor has been battling an unknown sickness since he returned from the United States some years ago.

Emmanuel Armah’s wife recently revealed the what the sickness is that has kept her hubby away from the screens.

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Veteran actor Emmanuel Armah's wife finally reveals sickness that has bedridden her husband (Video)

Stella Anakwa has finally revealed that her husband, Emmanuel Armah, is suffering from Photo credit: ZionFelix
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Speaking in an exclusive interview with ZionFelix, Stella Amina Anakwa revealed her husband is battling stroke. She disclosed that he has been bedridden due to the sickness.

This revelation comes after YEN.com.gh reported that Kumawood actress, Susan Hidamous donated cash and some items to the ailing actor.

Armah has been living on similar kinds of donations from family, loved ones, and colleagues in the entertainment industry. In spite of their kind gestures, however, his family still needs financial support to foot his medical bills.

Armah's wife announced 0244212414 as the Mobile Money number that people who are touched to help the bedridden actor can use to get in touch or send their donations.

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In another story, a 19-year-old lady named Mary Lavoe has recounted the dreadful medical condition that forced doctors to remove her womb after she became pregnant while in school.

Coming from an economically disadvantaged home, Mary got involved in a sexual relationship with a young man for financial assistance.

The teenager became pregnant as a result of the romantic relationship with the unidentified man. This was the beginning of her great woes.

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