Ghanaian actress, Christiana Awuni has stated that Ghanaians are experts in fabricating lies and it is very difficult distinguishing truth from lies these days.
In an interview with Zion Felix on the May Day edition of the Ayekoo After Drive on Happy FM, the Kumawood actress shared her experience following the demise of popular kumawood actor Bernard Nyarko.
According to the actress , she was overwhelmed with grief and pain over the accusations levelled against her with regards to the demise of the late Bernard Nyarko.
“Following the death of the late Bishop Bernard Nyarko, news kept on popping on social media insinuating that I had a hand in his demise. Infact, I was devastated. I was pained at how petty some Ghanaians could be.”
Although she was distraught by the accusations levelled against her, the Kumawood actress revealed that her faith in God that all things would work out for her good inspired her to hold her peace till the matter died down.
” I held my peace through all the accusations and trolling from social media because I believed I would be vindicated by God eventually. You see at times, the best way to respond to certain allegations and negative comments about you is to keep silent. You will only worsen your case when you react hastily in anger.”
By Belinda Baaba Baidoo
The Yzz Up and Level Up campaign, an initiative of YFM Ghana started as an intensive and educational journey/campaign on all matters concerning the Coronavirus disease; what it is, its implication and measures to safeguard one from it.
Another main aim of the Yzz Up campaign is to teach the general public the proper way of wearing the masks i.e., to cover both the nose and the mouth, to push/ sensitize the general public on the various safety measures there are to help fight the virus and also to debunk all misinformation, myths and misconceptions of the Coronavirus.