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Mynewsgh.com has sighted on a video circulating on YouTube about Andrea Owusu, aka Efia Odo who has made a surprising revelation of her resolve to follow Jesus Christ following the sudden demise of the sensational dancehall artiste, Priscilla Opoku Kwarteng aka Ebony Reigns.
The young promising actress and nudist on Instagram made this known to Jeshurun Okyere on his award-winning program, Light on Live, on Live FM 91.9fm.
Efia Odo has made controversial headlines including her “caught up” with Dancehall artiste, Shatta Wale in somewhere 2017.
But Afia Odo disclosed she has nothing to do with the musician born Charles Nii Armah Mensah Jnr but wished to see Shatta Wale get into her pants someday. Many Ghanaians condemned this “amorous” relationship between them. Efia Odo has also shared many nude pictures on her Instagram handle which has attracted controversies on social media.
Aside from sharing very seductive photos on social media and acting in movies, Actress Efia Odo seem to be adding dancing to her profession as she displayed her dancing moves in a video shared on her Instagram page. In the video, the actress was seen wearing tight black short pants and a colored bra with her black shades dancing to Davido’s song “Like That.”
Efia stated in the interview that her encounter with fast cars and several dangerous situations has made her come to a realization that it is God that has kept her alive all this while.
She also revealed that two weeks before Ebony’s death, she started attending The Maker’s House Chapel pastored by Dr. Michael Boadi Nyamekye and decided to change after the preacher spoke against fornication though she didn’t take the message seriously. But the passing of Ebony Reigns has completely made her change her ways and turned to a new person.
“I was no better than Ebony. I was just like her. I live a fun, free, bubbly life. That’s how Ebony was…If you needed her to ‘change’ maybe if you guys had preached with love, she could have been better…People look at people like us and think we’re bad and judge us but we’re not bad. We’re just in the world and we’re trying to find our way. We just need guidance. You guys need to bring love to us.” She told Jeshurun Okyere.
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