- Abena Moet has spoken following an accident she was involved in over the weekend
- According to her, she was getting better and jokingly requested financial support
- The radio show pundit was involved in an accident that saw her car running into a ditch
Despite Media and Okay FM's Abena Moet, known in real life as Lordina Obeng has spoken following her near-fatal accident over the weekend.
In a series of posts on her Whatsapp status, Abena Moet thanked God for saving her life and assured all her well-wishers that she was fine.
The pundit on Abeiku Santana's Drive Time show however jokingly asked all those checking up on her to send her money as well.
The Whatsapp statuses read: "I am fine", "Thank u Jesus" and "Please add momo to the well wishes wai na sika nu ashi".
On Saturday, April 10, 2021, YEN.com.gh reported that Abena Moet had been involved in a near-fatal car crash.
A video showed an excited Abena driving in an area surrounded by bushes and appeared to be on the outskirts of town.
Moments later, the SUV in which Abena Moet was driving was seen in a huge ditch with the front part of the car dented and looking quite serious.
A Facebook user with the name Sherry Nyarko took to her page to break the news to the rest of the world. Her post read: "Let's keep our prayers up for Abena Moet"
Meanwhile, Veteran Ghanaian gospel musician, Mike Awotwe Quainoo, famed as Blind Messiah, has opened up about how life is currently tough for him and his family.
While speaking in an interview with Ghanaian blogger Zionfelix, Blind Messiah stated that he was now jobless and this has made it difficult for him to cater for his family.
According to the Di Masem Mame singer, due to his joblessness, he sometimes had to call on some people to help him financially before he can put food on the table for his family.
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