The actress is presently responding very fast to treatment and wishes to express her gratitude for getting back her precious life after such ill-fated experience.
The talented screen goddess who has not been able to tell her side of the incident due to intensive medical attention on her, on Wednesday morning, for the first time gave hints of her experience and share few pictures of her present condition in the hospital with Peacefmonline.com readers and her fans.
“I pray and everybody should pray to God never to experience what I have gone through for the past one week. I do not wish this for any human being”, she told Eugene. Nana Ama first debunked reports that she was in the car with about three other people either than her boyfriend, insisting “I was in the front seat whiles Maxwell was behind the steering. There was nobody else in the car”.
Nana who had smiles all over her face reassured her fans and love ones that she very fine and responding rapidly to treatment and will be back on her feet very soon adding that apart from her right arm, every part of her body is intact and even her arm is healing very fast.
Nana Ama cannot stop showing gratitude for surviving such deadly experience “I can never stop thanking Almighty God for saving our lives it’s a miracle are still alive. I thank all who spend time praying for me, all my friends, colleagues, family members who have spent time to visit me here. I want to tell everybody who is worried about me that I’m safe and out of danger now”.
She also used the opportunity to put on record that it is true Maxwell is indeed her boyfriend and this incident has even made the love between them even stronger and nothing at all can separate them. The versatile actress said after this there is going to be a whole new Nana Ama McBrown with a lot of surprised.
The ill-fated incident happened early Wednesday morning at about 2am on the Abeka Lapaz stretch of the N1 Highway in Accra. Nana Ama and her boyfriend Maxwell Mensah driving a black four-wheel-drive Range Rover with a temporary licence plate number DV8460 was heading from Osu towards their residence in Mallam.
On approaching the Lapaz traffic lights which were then blinking amber, another vehicle, a taxi cab with licence plate number GR 9922- R approached from the left side and rammed into the Range Rover. They were rushed to the 37 Military Hospital, where they are both receiving treatment.
Police has identified driver of the Opel Vectra taxi cab which crashed into Nana Ama’s vehicle as John Kofi Dogbevi owner of a popular chop bar “Berima Nkwan” located in Lapaz. According to investigations Mr John Kofi Dogbevi, whose Opel Vectra is damaged beyond repairs, went to the Lapaz Community Hospital on the morning of the accident but has currently been treated and discharged.
Source: Eugene Osafo-Nkansah/Peacefmonline.com/Ghana