- Famous Ghanaian icon, Joyce Dzidzor, has narrated how she nearly gave up on life after being stricken by poverty in 2018
- Joyce showed videos of different excruciating experiences she had after giving birth to her son called Prince which includes having to beg the AIDS commission for assistance and be declined
- Joyce Dzidzor, in the heat of such moments, threatened to take her life on Facebook and got some benevolent people to help her
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Popular Ghanaian icon, Dzidzor Mensah, who became infamous for saying she was not HIV positive after serving as an ambassador at the AIDS commission for a long time, has narrated her struggles.
In a video sighted by YEN.com.gh on the personal Facebook handle of the public figure, she showed videos of struggles she underwent in recent years.
It all started after Joyce gave birth in Germany in 2016 and was unable to get a permit to stay and had to move back to Ghana and drive Uber to survive.
Watch the full video below:
After gathering enough money, she went back to Germany to seek greener pastures but had to stay in a refugee house as she was still unable to get a permit.
Once again, the lady and her son, Prince, returned to Ghana in 2018 to stay with her mom's village after which she was able to rent a place at Teshie-Nungua and move.
Joyce started driving Uber once again but life became so hard in 2018 to the extent she went to the AIDS commission to seek assistance but was not aided.
In that moment, Joyce threatened to take her life on Facebook and got some benevolent people to help her.
Once again, she was able to get a VISA back to Germany and things changed for the better since then, according to the celebrity.
Meanwhile, as YEN.com.gh also reported, renowned Ghanaian author, Waterz Yidana, has had one of his books adopted for postgraduate studies at Ghana's premier university, the University of Ghana.
In a report sighted by YEN.com.gh on Ameyawdebrah.com, it is confirmed that the School of Performing Arts adopted the book under the graduate course, Culture, Media and Society.
In an official letter sent to the brilliant author to gain his approval, it is indicated that Yidana's excellent plain-language disposition and writing style made the book so easily understandable and impactful.
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