Meet African Actor Who Adopted Children Affected By Ebola
Actor Frank Artus, who was born in Liberia and of Ghanaian origin, did not abandon his country of birth during the dreaded Ebola disease as much as others did.
The actor who plays his craft in Ghana was on hand to lend his credentials to the eradication of the disease has adopted some ebola victims' kids as a spirit of patriotism.
“It's in the interest of Africans to be patriotic and take responsibility when the call to serve arises. I am glad and fulfilled to be a part of assisting people out there. I fell ill at a point in time during the crisis in Liberia and was hospitalised but I knew it was for God and country,” he said.
He joined the likes of actors Juliet Ibrahim, Eddie Watson, ex-world player of the year George Weah who championed courses to help the ebola-stricken nations during the epidemic.
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