- Video vixen, Kekeli Zeda, has alleged that a prophet offered her an amount of GHc10,000 after seeing her backside
- Zeda disclosed that it had been the first time anyone offered her such an amount
- She sat for an interview with DJ Nyaami of SVTV Africa
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Video vixen, Kekeli Zeda, popularly known for her extremely curvaceous figure, has claimed that a prophet offered her GHc10,000 after seeing her huge backside.
Zeda disclosed that before she became a model, she worked as a customer care agent for an insurance company and often stepped out to scout for new clients.
In an interview with DJ Nyaami on SVTV Africa, Kekeli disclosed that it was the first time anyone offered her such an amount.
''The prophet gave me GHc10,000 as a gift but I refused it. I don’t know where that money came from so I couldn’t accept it. For the insurance part, he never signed it but he asked me to come back another time alone,'' she said.
Zeda added that she suggested going with her boss but the prophet was suspiciously unavailable anytime she called.
She has worked with artistes like Guru, Kofi Kinaata, and Andy Dosty.
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Meanwhile, YEN.com.gh previously reported that Zeda disclosed that men fantasise about her body because of her voluptuous figure.
She alleged that a doctor at the Ridge Hospital in Accra mistakingly signed a death policy because he was distracted by her backside when she used to work for an insurance company.
The former student of Saint John's Grammar Senior High School who works as a cosmologist and model recalled the challenges she faced in school because of her curvaceous figure.
In other news, Bernard Gorni, a patient who was saved by the brave action of a nurse at the Ho Municipal Hospital, has honoured the medical practitioner with a citation.
According to Gorni, Gloria Atiayao, a nurse at the Ho Municipal Hospital, refused to administer a drug through injection as directed by the physician assistant (PA) at the medical facility who attended to him and prescribed a drug called Benzylpenicillin.
Gorni in a post which has been shared on multiple platforms disclosed that the incident occurred on Thursday, February 25, 2021.
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Source: Yen Newspaper