Few weeks and days ago, the New Patriotic Party (NPP) was in difficult times as they were alleged to have ignored their die-hard fan who was sick and needed their help.
‘Waakye’, One of the popular veteran actors in Ghana.
He was once sick and needed serious medical attention. Unfortunately, Waakye could not afford his hospital bills hence was left with his faith.
Waakye’s wife decided to raise funds to help her husband who was dying from a serious health condition.
Later, the wife of Waakye disclosed that people did not contribute to her fundraising to help his husband.
As at the time of writing this article, It was not disclosed how Waakye got well from his bed ridding ailment.
Waakye, after recovering from his ailment, joined the NPP to campaign for ‘Four More For Nana’.
Waakye was spotted in the NPP health walk in Nsawam Adoagyiri on 25th October 2020.
looking at his look, you could see that he was strong and fit for work.
PHOTOS OF NSAWAM ABOAGYIRI HEALTH WALK;
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