I Wanted To End My Life After An Actress Broke My Heart – Umar Krupp Recalls Sad Moment

Ghanaian actor and producer, Umar Krupp, has talked about one of the sad moments in his life.

He revealed in an interview with ZionFelix how he struggled to survive after his ex-girlfriend broke his heart.
Umar said he introduced this lady, only named Esi in this interview, into acting.

He stressed the sacrifices and resources he made available for her.

The actor described the time that his ex-girlfriend left as the darkest moment in his life.

This, according to him, led to depression.

While he wanted to be alone and went off the scene—Umar Krupp disclosed that he thought of killing v.

He stated that the lady didn’t appreciate him nor valued what she was holding.

Umar averred her ex-girlfriend was his source of happiness. He also talked about how some people who were closed to him let him down.

Watch the full interview below .

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Meet Auntie Dede, a woman whose image is on 50 Pesewas Coin – Her Profile And Death

Meet Auntie Dede, a woman whose image is on 50 Pesewas Coin – Her Profile And Death
Rebecca Naa Dedei Aryeetey aka Dedei Ashikishan, Pioneer Ghanaian Woman, a Political Activist, Feminist, Chief Financier of CPP and a wealthy flour queen during the Gold Coast era.

At age 30, she was the queen of all flour dealers, that’s where the name ‘Ashikishan’ meaning flour in Ga came from. Dedei became so rich, influential and her huge house at Kokomlemle hosted most CPP women activities.

She, unfortunately, died of food poison at a CPP function at Ho in the Volta Region at age 38 that shook the whole of Accra.

Rebecca Naa Dedei Aryeetey Photo Used for Ghana Post’s Postal Stamp

Rebecca Naa Dedei Aryeetey Photo Used for Ghana’s 50 pesewas coin

She was the woman of the moment then. Her family was told after the 1966 coup that her tea that morning was deliberately poisoned because she knew way too much, she had too much knowledge of top secrets since she was allegedly Dr. Nkrumah’s ‘sidechick’.

All of that still remains unsubstantiated allegations.

The double-decker buses, ‘Auntie Dedei’ brought in to Ghana by Harry Sawyerr in the 80s into the 90s were named after her.

Auntie Dede Double-decker bus

Listed Life Facts About Dedei Aryeetey

  1. Activist: Political Activist.
  2. Feminist: A Preeminent Feminist
  3. Financier: Chief Financier of Convention People’s Party (CPP).
  4. Etymology: Dedei is a generic Ga name for a 1st born girl. Ashikishan is flour in Ga.
  5. Entrepreneur par Excellence: Dedei Ashikishan (DA) was, therefore, the Queen of the flour business in Accra and by extension the whole country.
  6. Early life: DA was born Rebecca Dedei Aryeetey in 1923. The mother was from Ga and the father Ataa Ayite was from Ga (Asere) and Osu. The father’s mother from Osu was called Ama Richter.
  7. Childhood: Dedei grew up in Ga (James Town British Accra).
  8. Education: After basic education, she went straight into flour business.
  9. Business tycoon: By 30, DA was the flour queen in the whole of Accra – wealthy with her huge house in Kokomlemle.
  10. Leader of the Market Mammies Association: She soon became the Market Mammie of Accra’s Makola market.
  11. Campaigner and Financier: She campaigned and funded Nkrumah to win in Ashiedu Keteke, the nerve centre of the Ga-Dangme Confederacy.
  12. Prime Minister of Ghana: If Nkrumah had lost that seat, he would never have become the Prime Minister of Ghana.
  13. Gbedemah: By the time Nkrumah was released from jail in 1951, Gbedemah had mobilized the market women as the backbone of CPP in Accra. The leader of the pack was Dedei.
  14. Nkrumaphoria: The Nkrumaphoria really caught Dedei and she poured MONEY into CPP.
  15. Increased influence: As her financial contribution increased so was her influence in the party.
  16. Targeted: Her closeness to Nkrumah and the usual rumours made her a target.
  17. Accompanied Nkrumah Dedei: Accompanied Kwame Nkrumah to a CPP party function in Ho. She was served some tea, after five minutes she started complaining of stomach pains ‘’kaaa fee, ma fee’’ Dedei was gone by poisoning.
  18. At the burial: At the cemetery, Nkrumah cried like a baby.
  19. No Post Mortem: On the 22nd June 1961, 38year old Rebecca Dedei Ayitey, CPP financier died at a CPP function mysteriously and no post mortem was done.
  20. Unmarried and childless: She died single and childless, she put everything into CPP.
  21. A true Nationalist, she campaigned and funded Nkrumah against her own kinsman Odarkwei Obetsebi-Lamptey.
  22. Harry Sawyerr Double Decker Buses: When Harry Sawyerr brought double-decker to Accra, they were named Auntie Dedei apparently after her.

In 2005 Kevin Berthia went to the Golden Gate Bridge to end his life.

He ended up talking about his life with Officer Kevin Briggs for 92 minutes while he was on the edge of the bridge.

10 years later they meet on the same bridge in much better circumstances.

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How I ended up in American prison for trafficking cocaine

Maame Kumiwaa

I wanted to commit suicide – Maame Kumiwaa
I spent over 12 months in jail in America, Kumiwaa

I swore never to travel to America again after the cocaine incident

Popular Ghanaian veteran actress, Naomi Kumiwaa Banaffoe known in the movie industry as Maame Kumiwaa has sadly recounted how she ended up in an American prison.

Maame Kumiwaa in an interview on the Restoration Show hosted by Stacy Amoateng detailed how she was wrongfully jailed for over 12months in America for trafficking cocaine.

According to her, she had no knowledge of how the cocaine ended up in her traveling bag when she was arrested at the airport in America.

Maame Kumiwaa added that she suspected the cocaine substance was put into her bag by 2 Ghanaian men she was traveling with to shoot a movie.

“I was traveling to America to shoot a movie with 2 other boys. They had checked out and were waiting on me from a distance. I was totally ignorant of what was going on and so I was taken to another room where my bag was searched. My bag was ripped apart and a brown parcel was discovered. They ripped the parcel and discovered the content was drugs. I even questioned if that was truly my luggage because I was shocked,” she said.

She added, “The bag was truly mine. I was asked if I was traveling alone and said I was with some gentlemen. I gave out their description but they had bolted already.”

Maame Kumiwaa reiterated, she contemplated committing suicide while in prison when the investigation was still ongoing.

After spending over 12months in jail, she was released after it was proven she was innocent.

Watch the interview below: