In a short interview link attached to this article, it was all sadness The sad interview with Emmanuel Agyemang couldn't come to an end without Angel Gyedu Ankoma who was a former TV3 Mentor Icon begging for help.
According to her, when she was diagnosed of mental problem in the Accra Psychiatric Hospital, she was 8 months pregnant. After delivery, her baby was taken away from her.
" I'm missing my baby. Now I have nobody. My dad who was taking care of me has been jailed. My Mental health isn't cured. I take drugs. Due to poverty, I can't afford to buy them regularly. Indeed I'm suffering. I need help " Angel sadly disclosed without explaining what took her dad to jail.
" Food is also my major problem. Even when I get the drugs I'm unable to take them because there is no money to cook or buy food. The drugs also goes with food " Angel added.
" I'll need 200 to 400 Ghana Cedis to buy my drugs every month else I may go to my former mental state when I always soiled my dress and moved around in the community. Help me and God will bless you " Angel begged.
The interviewer took her to a restaurant to eat and begged the public to support our TV3 Mentor star who is now Battling Mental Problem.
Watch the short video in the link below.
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