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Veteran Ghanaian Actor, Psalm Adjeteyfio dies aged 55.

by Fila News Gh
Psalm Adjeteyfio

Veteran Ghanaian actor known in real life as Psalm Adjeteyfio has passed on. Known in the Ghanaian showbiz circle as TT he featured in many Ghanaian movies which served as a source of entertainment and relaxation for most people. Psalm Adjeteyfio warmed his way into many homes in the early 20’s.

The veteran actor, Psalm Adjeteyfio in recent times has been very vocal on the media landscape expressing displeasure about how persons in the acting field are not well remunerated. He added that although he played the lead character in Taxi Driver monies paid him was nothing to write home about.

In the past few months, the veteran Ghanaian actor has come out asking the public to support him pay his rent and foot his medical bills. After a viral interview appealing for ¢3,000 to enable him to pay his rent or risk being evicted, the Vice President of Ghana, Dr. Mahamudu Bawumia promised to pay 5yrs advance for his rent and also give him some money for his upkeep. An amount of ¢30,000, and an additional ¢20,000 was added respectively for his upkeep. 

Other individuals also came to his aide with various donations. The  Chief of Staff donated GH¢40,000 as well as Greater Accra Regional Minister, Henry Quartey, also committing a monthly ¢1,500 out of his parliamentary salary to ensure his well-being.

Psalm Adjeteyfio was born in the year 1948 featuring in movies like,

  • The Chosen One
  • Ultimate Paradise
  • A Stab In The Dark
  • James Town Fisherman
  • Expectations amongst others.

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