Psalm-Adjeteyfio: Veteran Actor Laid to Rest, Emotional Photos, Videos Emerge

Psalm-Adjeteyfio: Veteran Actor Laid to Rest, Emotional Photos, Videos Emerge

  • Ghanaian actor Ephraim Psalm-Adjeteyfio has been laid to rest following a funeral service at Trade Fair on Saturday, June 4, 2022
  • The late veteran movie personality died on April 8, 2022, from health complications that include cardiomegaly and high blood pressure
  • Personalities in the entertainment industry were present at the burial service to mourn with the family of the late actor

Veteran Ghanaian actor Ephraim Psalm-Adjeteyfio, famed as TT, has been laid to rest following a funeral service at Trade Fair on Saturday, June 4, 2022.

The actor, who died at age 64 on April 8, 2022, from health complications, is survived by four children, including two women and two men.

Personalities in the entertainment industry, including the veteran actor Pattington Papa Nii Papafio and George Quaye, were present at the burial service to mourn with the family of the late actor.

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Actor Pattington Papa Nii Papafio, George Quaye, and others at Psalm Adjeteyfio's funeral
Photos of Pattington Papa Nii Papafio, George Quaye, and others at Psalm Adjeteyfio's funeral. Source: GNA
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Before his demise, Psalm-Adjetefio had starred in movies like Papa Lasisi, The Chosen One, American Boy, and The Scent of Danger.

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He will be best remembered for his role in the popular television drama series, Taxi Driver.

See the photos and videos below:

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The Ghanaian movie personality lost her mother in January after she succumbed to a long battle with ill health.

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The trailblazer's final internment followed a pre-burial service at the Garrison Methodist/Presbyterian Church in Burma Camp, where a post humus promotion from Brigadier-General to Major-General was conferred on her.

The late Emefa Edjeani-Afenu was first in most things during her distinguished career spanning 42 years in the Ghana Armed Forces.

Source: YEN.com.gh

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