Desist from partisan politics--- Beverly Afaglo reacts to the fire outbreak in her house

Desist from partisan politics— Beverly Afaglo reacts to the fire outbreak in her house

Desist from partisan politics— Beverly Afaglo reacts to the fire outbreak in her house

Actress Beverly Afaglo has called on the citizenry to set their priorities right and desist from partisan politics.

She made this call after a fire razed down the roof top and the entire building of her house to claim all belongings in her matrimonial home.

Sharing the sad news of the disaster which happened on Monday, Beverly who is married to Choirmaster of Praye fame said she has now been left with the only dress she was wearing, stressing that everything she has is burnt to ashes.

“My house burnt down to ashes within 4hours …… Everything gone, ” she said.

Recounting some of the things she has lost, she said “my passports, clothes, shoes, bags, wigs, jewellery, perfumes, my furniture, my kitchen everything gone. My kids’ room and all their clothes everything is gone. I’m left with what I wore out that’s all.”

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Beverly thanked God that there was no casualties “but where do I start from?”.

Detailing that “the fire service got in on time but over 40minutes they couldn’t go inside because of the heavy smoke (I was wondering why they don’t have protective gears for smoke gosh) they stood there deliberating and another came and that was the worse, they had to use a generator but it couldn’t start which also took a while, then another came which went through a neighbour’s house to the back of the house and started putting off the fire but it was too late.”

She therefore called on the citizenry to desist from partisan politics and set their agenda right.

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“My mum, the kids’ nanny, the kids and I are all left with nothing. This country let’s stop doing partisan politics and set our priorities right and stop the misplaced priorities. Ghana hmmmmmm,” Beverly added.


Written by Joyceline Natally Cudjoe

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