Few months ago, popular broadcastor, Kofi Adoma enbarked upon a mission. A mission to transform the life of a destitude which many considered mentally unstable. Popularly called Mona Mobl3, the over 50 years man was a source of smile and laughter to many lovers of comedy across the length and breadth of Ghana. To some, it was a juicy opportunity to make money as they fed on his highly demanded vidoes.
Though considered mentally unstable,Mona Mobl3 became a result media sensation as a result of his rather intriguing perspective about life; the haves and the have nots; and the struggles many go through in the quest to survive.
In the midst of all these, one person has distinguished himself; setting the stage for a possible national discourse about mental health in general and particularly, how persons suffering from mental health are treated in Ghana. In less than a year, and of course with the help of benevolent citizens, Mona Mobl3 has been transformed into a personality beyond recognition.
No wonder social media users are pouring tones of praises on the man who has led the charge for this godly call. How many Mona Mobl3 do we have on our streets? How many Kofi Adomas do we have in our communities, who are willing to positively impact our brothers and sisters who are mentally unstable?
With the Ubuntu principle, one can imagine how much more we can achieve as a nation with a common destiny. Kudos Kofi Adoma.
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