Written By Afua Amankwanowa
Ghanaian actress Moesha Boduong's family is facing a challenging time as they appeal for financial assistance to support her medical treatment following a stroke.
Moesha's brother, Ebito Boduong, took to social media to announce the distressing news and created a GoFundMe account on January 22, 2024. He shared that the stroke has greatly impacted Moesha's mobility and ability to communicate.
The incident unfolded when Moesha collapsed and was rushed to Legon Hospital, prompting concerns about her health and well-being.
In light of these circumstances, Ebito has reached out to the public, seeking their support in covering the mounting medical expenses. The family hopes that this collective effort will enable Moesha to receive the necessary treatment and care she requires.
Our thoughts and well wishes go out to Moesha Boduong and her family as they navigate this difficult journey.
If you'd like to contribute to Moesha's medical fund, you can visit the GoFundMe page created by her brother, Ebito Boduong.
Sign up for the 3Music Newsletter for breaking news, events, and unique stories.
Diddy has been accused in yet another lawsuit for sexual assult by renowned music producer Rodney Jones.
An Australian photographer, Ben McDonald has accused Scott Swift, father of Taylor Swift of assault.
Universal Music Group (UMG) Secures Majority Stake in Nigeria's Mavin Records
Concerns Rise as Ghanaian Cedi Faces Challenges Despite Government Efforts, GITFiC Urges Strategic Solutions
Jessani, the woman who found herself in the spotlight after a video of her dancing with Nigerian artiste Omah Lay went viral, has decided to address the controversy surrounding the incident.
Lady Dentaa Amoateng MBE, the well-known Ghanaian-British entrepreneur and philanthropist, has recently joined the esteemed Concordia Advisory Council.
Mr Emmanuel Kwabena Kenney donates some equipment to the University of Ghana Medical Centre, UGMC.
Will Salah Shine in the League Cup Final? Liverpool's Ljinders Shares Hopeful Outlook
Black Queens Gear Up for Redemption After Tough Loss to Zambia
Reports reveal that more than 500 thousand Ghanaians became jobless in the 2022/2023.