Ama K Abebrese Donates To Help PenciledCelebrities Creator Ray Who Has Been Diagnosed With Liver Disease (See Post)

 Ama K Abebrese Donates To Help PenciledCelebrities Creator Ray Who Has Been Diagnosed With Liver Disease (See Post)

Popular Ghanaian creative, Emmanuel Apraku of PenciledCelebrities a.k.a Ray Styles has received some financial help from actress Ama K Abebrese.

The Beast Of No Nation star took to Twitter to announce her donation and also appealed to others to support the young man.

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Her post on Twitter read: “I have donated. Kindly share and donate if you can. No amount is too small.”

The talented artist has been compelled to put his life on hold after he was diagnosed with liver disease.

He has been battling for his life and he needs urgent medical liver surgery.

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Heartbreaking photos that have emerged of Apraku on social media show him in a frail state as his health continues to deteriorate due to his current ill health.

In one of such posts, Kanyir Nyuur, a social media user, shared details along with disturbing snaps of Apraku to solicit for financial assistance for the emergency liver surgery.

He captioned his post: ”This is Emmanuel Apraku a.k.a Ray Styles, an extremely talented artist under the name PenciledCelebrities across all social media platforms. Ray urgently needs your support for emergency liver surgery. Kindly help with whatever little you have so we can save his life. Please donate your widow’s mite to MoMo number 0244706308 – Joana Otchere-Debrah.”

Family, acquaintances, and some Ghanaian celebrities, including Naa Ashorkor, have joined in the call to appeal for funds to help fast-track the process for Apraku to undergo the medical treatment.

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Meanwhile, a GoFundMe account has also been created for benevolent individuals to donate their widow’s mite in support of Apraku’s liver surgery.

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