Moesha Boduong, Ghanaian socialite and actress who announced her repentance few months ago, has started preaching the word of God to her friends and fans.
The actress, after announcing her repentance was said to have been facing challenges with her mental health. This was apparent after a video of the actress confessing to nearly committing suicide and pimping young girls to rich men also surfaced.
It was alleged that she sold and gave out all her belongings including her house, range rover, clothes and even her bed in the name of being born again.
After going silent amidst her repentance and mental breakdown brouhaha, the Moesha has restored hope to her fans about her recovery. This follows after the actress was heard in an audio preaching and speaking words of wisdom and inspiration to one her friends.
In the audio, which was a conversation with socialite Ayisha Modi, it appears she has gotten better and stronger as she spoke with a renewed spirit.
She said "Solomon asked God for wisdom and Solomon got everything. If you have wisdom in this world, you can do anything. It is good to love people but you must guard your heart. Do not get offended when the people you love behave in certain ways that you don't expect them to".
Further, into the conversation, Aisha Modi was brought to tears whilst hearing Moesha is now sound and speaking very well.
Moesha asserted that she will soon come out fully to preach the gospel of Christ regardless of what people will say or do.
Listen to Moesha in audio via the link below:
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