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Ghanaian Actor ‘Drogba’ from YOLO Series Diagnosed With Demyelinating Disease Appeals for Support

Popular Ghanaian actor John Bredu Peasah, famously known as “Drogba” from the hit TV series YOLO, has shared his struggle with a demyelinating disease and is seeking financial assistance for his ongoing medical treatment.

In a statement released on his official Instagram page, Drogba revealed that he has been diagnosed with a demyelinating disease and has been undergoing treatment for the past two and a half years.

To facilitate contributions, Drogba provided details of his bank account for donations: Name – John Bredu Peasah, Bank – Access Bank, Account Number – 0535934031, Branch – Adjiriganor Branch. The appeal aims to rally support from the public to help Drogba in his medical journey.

A demyelinating disease is a condition that damages the protective covering (myelin sheath) surrounding nerve fibers in the brain, optic nerves leading to the eyes, and the spinal cord. This damage can cause neurological problems, including slowing or stopping nerve impulses.

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Known for his role as ‘Blah Charles’ in the popular YOLO series, Drogba portrays a character known for his pursuit of women at any cost.

YOLO, which stands for “You Only Live Once,” is a Ghanaian teenage TV series that debuted in 2016. A sequel to the Ghanaian TV series “Things We Do for Love,” YOLO offers advice and guidance to youth facing challenges during their adolescent years.

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