Habiba Sinare: Ghanaian Actress set to Premiere Movie About Breast Cancer

Habiba Sinare: Ghanaian Actress set to Premiere Movie About Breast Cancer

  • Ghanaian actress, Habiba Sinare, is ready with a new movie in promoting breast cancer awareness
  • The movie is dubbed A day like October and would feature Habiba and other known industry players
  • She gave details of the movie in an exclusive interview with YEN.com.gh

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Ghanaian actress, Habiba Sinare, has taken it upon herself to create awareness on breast cancer with a new movie coming up.

Titled A day like October, Habiba seeks to educate people, particularly women, on all they need to know about the deadly disease.

The beautiful actress made this disclosure in an exclusive interview with YEN.com.gh recently.

Ghanaian actress Habiba Sinare ready with movie on Breast Cancer
A collage of Habiba Sinare. Photo credit: _sinare/Intagram
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About A day like October

The movie, she explained, would feature her young niece, herself, and other actresses.

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There are some activities that have been outlined to herald the premiere of the movie.

Habiba revealed that she would visit popular places like Accra Girls School, Nima Market, and others to speak with the students, market women, and the rest about the disease as well as the movie.

Watch Habiba speak about her passion on the subject here:

About Habiba Sinare

Aside from being an actress, Habiba is the CEO of a non-governmental organisation, Mama Mariam’s Mother and Children Care Foundation.

She disclosed that she named the foundation after her mother who loves children just like herself.

Source: YEN.com.gh

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