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Funny Face Kneels And Beg Victims Of Kasoa Accident During A Visit

Funny Face, known as Benson Nana Yaw Oduro has visited the individuals he accidentally hit with his car during the tragic incident in Kasoa.

The popular comedian from Chorkor Trotro offered a monetary donation to assist with their medical expenses.

He humbly asked for their forgiveness and expressed deep remorse for the unfortunate accident that could have resulted in a tragic outcome.

One of the victims, an elderly woman, was still hospitalized and receiving treatment. Funny Face personally approached her, knelt, and pleaded for her forgiveness.

Funny Face shared an update on the progress of his Instagram platform, accompanied by his beloved catchphrase, Gye Nyame.

Meanwhile, Ghanaian rapper and businessman Nhyiraba Kojo announced his intention to donate a generous amount of GH₵20,000 to Funny Face during his recent appearance on the popular United Showbiz show on UTV.

Kojo emphasized the importance of showing empathy towards Funny Face, rather than passing judgment on him.

He expressed his belief in giving Funny Face a second chance and helping him reintegrate into society. Additionally, Nhyiraba Kojo urged for prayers for Funny Face, recognizing that anyone could face similar challenges.

Kojo made his statement several days following Funny Face’s tragic accident in Kasoa, where he hit five pedestrians, including a motorcyclist and a passenger.

The incident allegedly occurred while Funny Face was driving under the influence of alcohol on his way to church (Kingdom Hall) for the first time in a long time.

Source – Tru News Report


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