Ghanaian actress, Nana Ama McBrown had her whole right hand bandaged, to the extent that she can't even raise it, let alone use it for anything. Affable Ghanaian actress stirred emotions with new photos of her looking very sick. She was also captured enjoying some snacks with her left hand due to the issue with her right hand. This is because of an accident she had making her having issues with her maximum well-being satisfaction. McBrown was involved in a near-fatal accident with her husband, Maxwell Mensah. The actress suffered a severe injury on her right arm that got her bone fractured. Her post has triggered some reactions, with many people sadly wishing her a speedy recovery.
McBrown wrote in the Instagram photo that she is fascinated by her works, however, for now, she can only look into the future with hope and optimism as she deals with her condition.
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