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Entertainment of Tuesday, 25 April 2017

Source: Zionfelix

Thousands rush to actress Maame Esi Forosn’s ‘manifestation and thanksgiving’ service

Akrobeto & Maame Esi Forson

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Fast rising Ghanaian actress Maame Esi Forson was startled when she walked to Akroma Plaza in Takoradi on Sunday, April 23 afternoon to see thousands of Ghanaians at the venue waiting for her testimony. gathers that the auditorium was full before 3 pm, the time the program was scheduled to start. Security at the event locked the gate after the event started at 3:30 pm denying hundreds access to enter because the room was full.

Maame Esi Forson who was wrongly pronounced dead after sharing her ordeal used the opportunity to sell part 3 and 4 of her movie, ‘Boafo Ne Hwan’. Akrobeto together with other musicians and radio presenters in Takoradi were at the program to support the young actress and producer.

According to the actress cum movie producer, a doctor pronounced her dead when she was rushed to the hospital after she had an accident. Chronicling the incident, the actress revealed that she spent ten days at the mortuary without water and food.

She disclosed that the doctor who pronounced her dead refused to let her go home when she woke up hours after the accident because he thought she was dead. Miss Forson added that he again denied her family members the chance to check her body whenever they came around because he did not want them to notice that she is still alive. Maame Esi Forson also talked about how the doctor tried to make her believe that she was indeed dead, how she escaped from the mortuary and how her family members runaway when she finally got home.

Based on her story, she shot the movie “Boafo Ne Hwan” for Ghanaians to know what exactly happened to her in 2016.

“Boafo Ne Hwan” movie features stars like Maame Esi Forson, Bill Asamoah, Akrobeto, Christiana Awuni and many others.

Watch Maame Esi’s interview with below:

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