- Singer Adelaide The Seer has recounted how she lost her sight while in Form 4 in Ghanata Senior High School
- The budding artiste disclosed she developed a condition called cerebrospinal meningitis that affected her brain
- Adelaide The Seer revealed the condition compelled her to put her studies on hold
- She sat for an interview on United Showbiz with Nana Ama McBrown
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Fast-rising singer, Adelaide The Seer, known in real life as Adelaide Bortier, is making commendable waves in the entertainment scene despite being visually impaired.
Born with functioning eyes, Adelaide Bortier lost her sight while in her final year (Form 4) in Ghanata Senior High School after she suffered a condition called cerebrospinal meningitis.
The severe condition compelled her to put her studies on hold and to focus on her recovery.
Adelaide Bortier has risen above her physical impediment and is pursuing a career in music, with two songs to her credit as Adelaide The Seer.
Speaking about when she lost her sight in an interview with Nana Ama McBrown on United Showbiz, she revealed she lost her sight on October 16, 2012.
Despite the cycles of adversity, Adelaide The Seer, 25, is reaching the stars as a singer with her music career taking great shape.
Ghanaian musical duo of identical twin brothers, Dope Nation, recently featured the budding singer on their song titled Wire Me to help her realise her music career.
Adelaide The Seer detailed the difficulties she experienced then, explaining she lost her memory as a result of the condition.
"I was in a coma for 4 days. After I lost my sight, I was becoming paralysed and after I recovered from the coma, I realised I was completely paralysed. So, I went through physiotherapy to enable me to walk again," Adelaide said.
Watch her interview below.
Meanwhile, YEN.com.gh earlier reported on Kristianne Reindorf Osei, a venturesome career woman carving a niche for herself in the male-dominated real estate industry.
The scion of the Reindorf family has shattered limitations and is gaining global recognition from major global industry players for her commendable strides.
Kristianne Reindorf Osei’s company, Twelve Springs Investment Group, which owns the Silicon Accra Project and the Montgomery Residences, earlier this year received two awards from the International Property Awards, which celebrates the very best projects and professionals in the industry across 60 residential and commercial categories.
In other news, multiple award-winning actress-turned-presenter, Nana Ama McBrown, turned heads as she appeared on Saturday's United Showbiz donning an all-white fitting jumpsuit.
The host of UTV's United Showbiz never misses a moment to flaunt her fashion selection every weekend, and she served viewers with fierce vibes, revealing parts of her cleavage on camera.
Nana Ama McBrown showed up on the programme to slay as she appeared in an all-white fitting lace jumpsuit with a seethrough upper style.
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