- Ace comedian, Kwaku Sintim-Misa (KSM) has posed in a photo with bed-ridden veteran actor, Emmanuel Armah, as the latter marked his 61st birthday
- Armah turned 61 years old in August and KSM paid a hospitable visit to the ailing veteran actor to share in his rare joy
- KSM has shared their rare bonding moment in a snap on social media
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Kwaku Sintim-Misa (KSM), ace Ghanaian comedian, has posed in a heartwarming snap with bedridden veteran actor, Emmanuel Armah, as the latter marked his 61st birthday.
The celebrated comedian, famed as KSM, paid a kind visit to his colleague actor to share in his rare joy as he celebrated 61 years of life.
In the goose-bump raising snap, KSM and Armah are seen sharing a warm moment with mild smiles.
Emmanuel Armah turned 61 years in August 2020 and has been hailed for his contributions to the Ghana film industry. However, the veteran actor has been battling with stroke since he returned from the United States some years ago.
Acquaintances and colleagues from the media and entertainment industry have been visiting to celebrate with him amid his current life-threatening health condition.
YEN.com.gh earlier reported that Kumawood actress, Susan Hidamous visited Armah at his residence in Accra to donate cash and some items to him. Actress and TV presenter, Nana Ama McBrown also visited with her family as she marked her 43rd birthday to make a donation to the ailing actor.
Meanwhile, YEN.com.gh alos previously reported that Stella Amina Anakwa, the wife of ailing Ghanaian actor Emmanuel Armah, has finally opened up about her husband’s sickness.
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.
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