Sad News emanating from Kumawood indicates that Mrs Mavis Yeboah popularly known as Maame Gyanwa of Television series Cow and Chicken fame have partially gone blind on his left eye after doctors diagnosed her of retinal artery occlusion of her left eye.
The actress Who could not hold her tears Cried on Hot FM today begging her fans and Ghanians to come to her aid and raise an amount of ten thousand Ghana Cedis because she is dying slowly.
According to her, Doctors says if she refuses to come for the surgery her left eye will go blind totally and it’s likely it will affect the right one too.
Maame Gyanwa indicated that she have nobody and that the people she have sacrificed her entire Life entertaining thus Ghanians remains her family. So they should help her.
It will be recalled that Maame Gyanwa lost her only son whose leg was amputated and became cripple. She cried into Ghanians and President Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo Addo gave her five thousand Ghana Cedis for her son’s surgery. But unfortunately he died.
Now his mother too is begging. Lets help her.
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