'All I want is to have my own house' - Adwoa Smart pleads for help (WATCH)

Veteran Ghanaian actress Belinda Naa Ode Oku, with the showbiz name Adwoa Smart, who has been acting in numerous movies and dramas over years, has spoken about her life story, how she became a part of the industry and how she’s surviving now.

I quit school because my classmates mocked by stature – Adwoa Smart reveals

Speaking about her journey on how she entered the movie industry during an interview with Nana Romeo on Accra FM, she disclosed: “I met a woman who used to sell at the Kaneshie Market called Auntie Rose (May her soul Rest In Peace). So she asked to take me to Grace Omarbo with the popular name 'Maame Dokonu' and truly she took me to her."

"So she asked me to dance which I did, right over there she liked me and took me as her daughter, I didn’t really go through the audition process."

Adwoa smart said a lot about her life but mid in her interview, she broke down because she seemed to have been through a lot in life.

Asking her follow-up questions, she confirmed that she lives in a family house and did not have her own house to stay, and wished she had her own house.

She added she was grateful for the life God has given her, but sometimes the thing that gets her emotional is that she does not have a child.

She said this is because she lost her child, she never got married, and does not have a house and a car. For this reason, she pleads with fellow Ghanaians to help her get a house.

According to her, she sometimes wanted to help people who were homeless out, but then she does not have a place to stay herself.

She saw the need to own her own house because she had nephews and nieces who would want to come to her.

She said having her own house has always been her dream so at least she could have something to boast of when she gets to her old age.

She said the only thing she could boast of as a veteran actress is travelling abroad and returning to Ghana.

Check out Adwoa Smart’s interview with Nana Romeo below.


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