Somewhat last year the Kumawood actress Maame Gyanwa appeared on the internet begging for money to save her sight. As to whether she got the necessary help or not, she vanished from the scene. Few days ago it came as a rumour that she can't see again. Blogger Zion Felix quickly went to her house find out the truth.
This morning 24th September 2021, Maame Gyanwa confessed to Zion Felix that , truly her left eye has gone totally blind.
" I couldn't do anything about it. my left eye went totally blind some few days ago. When I was Rushed to the hospital, doctors told me that I'll need three thousand Ghana Cedis to protect the right one. If not, it will also shut down soon" Maame Gyanwa said crying.
"It started last year as partial blindness. Sadly, it's over. My heart is in pain. I need urgent help. Now I can't act or go out. My life has become miserable" Maame Gyanwa kept crying begging for help until the camera rolled out.
Maame Gyanwa starred in Kumawood movies with Agya Koo, Nana Ama Mcbrown, Kyeiwaa and others. Her greatest limelight shot was in the series called COW AND CHICKEN.
Check out the full interview in the link below ;https://fb.watch/8dyk6VrFev/￼
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