Ghanaian actress, Beverly Afaglo has announced that the GoFundme Account that was launched to solicit for funds following the unfortunate incident that left her with literally nothing.
Beverly Afaglo’s house was raze down with fire and all her belongs were burnt to ashes leaving her with the only dress she and her kids were wearing on that day.
In their bid to show support and empathy, some of her colleagues, Nana Ama McBrown and Yvonne Nelson called on members of the public to donate to help Beverly rebuild her burnt house and for the sake of the kids, Ghanaians should come together and help her.
The target of the campaign is to raise $20,000 to support Beverly Afaglo. “Hi our names are Yvonne Nelson, and Fianko Bossman also known as Chase Forever,and We are fundraising for our sister Bervely and husband Choir master who have lost all their belongings in a fire that burned down their home,” the information on GoFundMe read.
It added that “we are pleading with the public and all love ones to be touched in their hearts to donate something or anything that can help them get back on their feet thank you”. Yvonne Nelson shared a screenshot of the campaign on her Instagram page to publicize it.
She wrote “she lost her home. Pls help @beverly_afaglo Kindly tap link in my Bio to donate. Thanking you in advance. God bless you“
However, Ghanaians were not pleased with the gesture some of these celebrities extended and they blasted them for choosing to help someone who had bragged about have enough money to take care of herself several months ago.
Beverly Afaglo who has had to deal with the backlash and criticism on social media has finally given up on the donations as she has officially cancelled the Gofundme project as well as the Mobile Money donations that was supposed to help her get back on her feet and rent a house for her family.
Sighted on her Instagram page, Beverly asked fans to delete any Gofund me post they have made and assured them that God will see her through.
She appreciated Nana Ama Mcbrown, Yvonne Nelson and other celebrities who came through for her and apologized to them for being dragged by Ghanaians into her trouble.
"U all should delete the Gofund me post, please.God is my strength. Thank u to @yvonnenelsongh and @iamamamcbrown for starting the Gofund me and the Momo 🙏🏽🙏🏽🙏🏽🙏🏽🙏🏽", she posted this on her social media pages.
Source: Eugene Osafo-Nkansah/Peacefmonline.com
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