Moesha Bodoung’s brother discusses stroke reports, saying she is unable to move or speak normally.

A socialite from Ghana, Moesha Bodoung is now dealing with the difficult aftermath of a recent stroke, which has significantly affected her capacity to move and speak.

Moesha Bodoung's brother discusses stroke reports, saying she is unable to move or speak normally.
Moesha Bodoung’s brother discusses stroke reports, saying she is unable to move or speak normally.

Her brother, Ebito Bodoung, delivered the heartbreaking news in a poignant statement on a GoFundMe account set up in his honor on January 22, 2024.

The brother said, “But we believe in the power of God, love, support, and community to bring about positive change!”

In the statement released on a GoFundMe account, Ebito painted a vivid picture of the challenges Moesha faces, stating, “My sister Moesha Bodoung has recently experienced a life-altering stroke, and her journey to recovery has just begun. The impact of the stroke on her life has been immense, affecting her mobility, speech, and overall quality of life.”

Ebito, seeking support from the public, revealed the gravity of the situation, highlighting the urgent need for assistance in covering Moesha’s medical expenses.

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