Ghanaian movie legend Psalm Adjetefio passes on.

Veteran Ghanaian TV and movie actor Psalm Adjeteyfio has passed away.

The tragic news was confirmed on Friday the 8th by his son, Nii Adjei Adjeteyfio.

According to Nii Adjei, his father, Psalm Adjetefio battled diabetes and other ailments. He was found this morning unconscious at home by his son.

Psalm Adjetefio was famed for his roles in A Stab in The Dark and Taxi Driver.

Adjeteyfio had been in the news after he made public his financial predicaments.

He added that he no longer got acting gigs and was also not engaged in any active work at the moment. He said his survival hinged on the benevolence of people.

Social media was awash with emotional posts of sympathy and nostalgia.

Here are some Twitter reactions to the passing of Psalm Adjetefio.

You run the race of life and faced it head on.

Rest well, Psalm Adjetefio, and may your find peace in the bosom of our Father in heaven.





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