In a fresh interview attached to this article as conducted by Citi TV, it's a public knowledge about how actor William Addo is suffering from blindness due to untreated glaucoma. It was a sad scene when William Addo was seen walking with the help of another person.
" It's true that he now lives in a maize farm. You can see his house over there. It's sad that somebody who was a toast on TV as an actor can't afford a television set. Even if he can't watch, the sound of movies in his ears could bring his soul alive" Citi TV entertainment journalist Thomas Adanse said in voice over.
" What do you want the public to do for you?" William Addo was asked.
" I'm owing ECG GH¢5000. I don't have electricity. I need help to pay my bills. Now I can't go anywhere. Getting a TV and listening to it's sound will give me an imagination of what's happening.". William Addo begged on Citi TV.
Check out the sad interview in the video link attached below
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