My death story not for publicity stunt – Actress

Entertainment of Monday, 13 March 2017

Source: zionfelix.net

2017-03-13

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Ghanaian actress Maame Esi Forson has reacted to comments that her story that she was wrongly pronounced dead is just to create unnecessary attention to coerce people to buy her new movie, ‘Boafo Ne Hwan’.

The actress in an interview with Zionfelix.net days ago talking about the movie, ‘Boafo Ne Hwan’ said the story of the film is a sad encounter she faced at a mortuary. Miss Forson revealed that a pathologist tried to convince her that she was dead after she had an accident in 2016. She further narrated her 10 days ordeal at the mortuary.

People who did not believe the actress cum producer’s story accused her of fabricating a tale to promote the movie ‘Boafo Ne Hwan’ but Maame Esi says that is far from the truth. The old student of Sekondi Methodist Senior High School in a conversation with Zionfelix.net Sunday afternoon said she would not create such a story to advertise the movie. According to her, people are making those comments because they have not encountered such a situation.

The youngest executive movie producer in the country pleaded with the public not to conclude that all film producers make up stories to sell their films.

The movie ‘Boafo Ne Hwan’ starring Maame Esi Forson, Bill Asamoah, Akrobeto, Christiana Awuni, and many others is out on the market.

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