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A brother of Ghanaian socialite and actress Moesha Bodoung, Ebito Bodoung has announced that his sister has suffered a stroke.

In a statement published on a GoFundMe account created in his name on January 22, 2024, for Moesha, Ebito revealed that her sister’s condition has affected her ability to move and talk hence he is requesting public assistance to pay for her medical bills.

“Hi I’m Ebito, my sister Moesha Bodoung recently experienced a life-altering stroke, and her journey to recovery has just begun. The impact of stroke on her life has been immense, affecting her mobility, speech, and overall quality of life. But we believe in the power of God, love, support, and community to bring about positive change,” parts of the description read.

As of now, $570 (GH₵ 7,045.20) has been donated towards the $10,000 (GH₵ 123,600) target.

Wife of rapper Medikal, Fella Makafui and skit actress Ahuofe Patri are some of the celebrities who are also helping to raise funds for Moesha.

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Meanwhile, the legendary Ghanaian gospel songstress Obaapa Christy has finally unveiled her highly anticipated single, “It Will Change,” accompanied by a stunning music video.

This marks her exciting return to the music scene after a two-year hiatus following the massive success of her single “The Glory.”

Obaapa Christy’s absence only fueled the anticipation among her devoted fans, who eagerly awaited new music from the beloved songstress.

Finally, on February 1, 2024, she delivered, quenching their thirst with a powerful single steeped in faith and resilience.

The vibrant music video perfectly complements the song’s empowering message. It takes viewers on a visual journey that reflects the highs and lows of life, showcasing the legendary gospel songstress’ unvacillating faith and dependence on God’s guidance through it all.

With its colourful imagery and uplifting theme, the video resonates with the message of hope and perseverance embedded within the song.

This comeback single signals a new chapter for Obaapa Christy, and judging by the early response, “It Will Change” is set to be another feather in her already impressive cap

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