I Don’t Need Your Big Money When I Die If You Can’t Honour Me Now That I Am Alive – Maame Dokono To Government

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Kofi Oppong Kyekyeku
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Revered Ghanaian actress, Grace Omaboe, well known as Maame Dokono, has sent a touching message to the government.

Years after contributing to the growth of the entertainment industry and supporting the NPP, the veteran actress has bemoaned over how she has been neglected.

She told Christian Agyei Frimpong in an interview on Onua FM that she won’t need anything from the government when she passes on.

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Maame Dokono emphasized that their huge sum of money won’t be needed when she passes on—so if there is any honour, it should come at a time that she is alive.

“Nobody from the New Patriotic Party visited me when I was not feeling well.

“It is not about money. It can be just a flower and I will appreciate it but nobody visited me,” she stated.

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Maame Dokono added: “Now that I’m alive if you don’t honour me, nobody should come and give [me] big money.”

She further showed appreciation to Diamond Appiah, who gave her a car some days ago when she celebrated her birthday.

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