Mercy Asiedu donates to physically challenged girl who has never walked in her life ahead of 50th b'day

Mercy Asiedu donates to physically challenged girl who has never walked in her life ahead of 50th b'day

- Kumawood actress, Oheneyere Mercy Asiedu, has donated to a young paraplegic girl ahead of her 50th birthday

- The celebrated movie star blessed the young girl with an unknown amount to help mitigate her plight

- Oheneyere Mercy Asiedu shared a video of the generous gesture online

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Celebrated Kumawood actress, Oheneyere Mercy Asiedu, has shown benevolence to a young paraplegic girl who hasn't walked before in her life.

The renowned actress who is married to a chief, Nana Agyeman Badu, will soon be marking her 50th birthday.

As part of activities toward celebrating her special day, Oheneyere Mercy Asiedu donated an undisclosed amount to the young paraplegic girl.

Mercy Asiedu donates to physically challenged girl who has never walked in her life ahead of 50th b'day
Mercy Asiedu donates to physically challenged girl who has never walked in her life ahead of 50th b'day. Image: Mercy Asiedu
Source: Instagram

Announcing this in a post on social media, the actress wrote, ''So, I'll be turning 50 in a few days and decided with my family and colleagues to donate a token to a young girl who hasn't walked before in her life. Please help me pray for more grace, favour, blessings and help to locate this young beautiful girl.''

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