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After requesting financial assistance to address a rare disease, Bawumia pays a visit to YOLO star Drogba.

Dr. Mahamudu Bawumia, the vice president, has expressed his condolences and support to Yolo actor John Peasah, also referred to as Drogba, who has been diagnosed with demyelination.

Drogba has been identified as having demyelination, a condition that impairs the nerves’ protective sheath and results in issues with feeling, movement, and vision.

On Tuesday, March 12, the Vice President paid the actor a visit at his house to express his sympathy and provide support for his medical journey.

Jeffrey Nortey, a fellow actor, revealed the tragic news of Drogba’s situation and made a request for the actor’s financial support.

Any illness that damages the myelin sheath, which covers the nerve fibers in your brain, the spinal cord, and the nerves that go to your eyes (optic nerves), is referred to as a demyelinating disease. Neurological issues result from nerve impulses that slow down or even cease when the myelin sheath is compromised.

In the hit Yolo series, Drogba—also known as Blah Charles—plays the part of a “lover boy” who will stop at nothing to get the woman of his dreams.

A teen TV show called YOLO debuted in Ghana in 2016. The TV show is a continuation of Things We Do for Love, which aired in Ghana. Regarding the difficulties they encounter during their adolescent years, it counsels and guides the young people.

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After requesting financial assistance to address a rare disease, Bawumia pays a visit to YOLO star Drogba.
After requesting financial assistance to address a rare disease, Bawumia pays a visit to YOLO star Drogba.

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