The clarion call to to attend to the needs of veteran actor Psalm Adjetefio did not fall on deaf ears but rather that of willing and able Ghanaians. Many, contributed their widow’s might to help the actor who had fallen on hard times.
The beautiful thing about the gestures was that, not all the presentations came in the form of money. Some private individuals also presented items which included fruit drinks to keep him lively as well.
The other side to his story has to do with his health condition. He mentioned that a substantial amount of money goes into his medication which means that the need for money for his upkeep would always be there.
That notwithstanding, it is really refreshing to see how he is able to smile again after all that he has been through and still goes through.
This should really send a strong signal to the younger ones in the same profession but are not putting measures in place for their old age. We find ourselves at a place where there are no proper structures in places to help people in such situations.
So, like an old Akan adage goes, when you see your neighbor’s beard on fire, dip yours in water.
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