Entertainment of Tuesday, 7 March 2017
Promising Ghanaian actress, Maame Esi Forson who had an awful experience with a doctor has narrated her ordeal at the mortuary in her new movie titled “Boafo Ne Hwan.”
Speaking with Zionfelix, the young actress said the movie set for release on Monday, March 13 is a true-life story.
Forson disclosed that a doctor pronounced her dead when she was rushed to the hospital after she had an accident. She mentioned that she spent ten days at the mortuary without water and food.
According to her, the doctor who pronounced her dead refused to let her go home when she woke up hours after the accident because he thought she was dead. Miss Forson added that he again denied her family members the chance to check her body whenever they came around because he did not want them to notice that she is still alive.
Forson also talked about how the doctor tried to make her believe that she was indeed dead, how she escaped from the mortuary and how her family members run away when she finally got home.
She hinted that she will embark on a campaign to fight against the act because the doctor told her that she has encountered several incidents of such nature so she believes it is not everyone who has been pronounced dead that is indeed no longer alive.
“Boafo Ne Hwan” movie features stars Forson, Bill Asamoah, Akrobeto, Christiana Awuni and many others.