Video: My Interview On The Delay Show Has Helped Me A Lot – Psalm Adjetefio Praises Delay

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On January 28, 2018, Psalm Adjeteyfio from the then-popular TV Series, Taxi Driver which aired in the early 2000s in an interview with Deloris Frimpong Manso opened up about certain things he did in his past life that has really affected him negatively.


In the interview in question, Psalm Adjetefio  popularly known as T.T recounted how broken home forced him to shirk some parenting responsibilities. Thus, his refusal to take care of his biological sons and daughters as expected as a result of a demon (2nd wife) who came into his life at the peak of his career.

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He goes on to reveal on “The Delay Show” that his health status is in the mess as he has been diagnosed of a heart enlargement condition, making it difficult for blood to be pumped to other parts of the body. He added that, the failure of blood to circulate in his body is a contributing factor to his swollen feet. As a result, Deloris Frimpong Manso appealed to the general public to extend a helping hand to the ailing ace actor.

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Now, Psalm Adjetefio in a recent interview with Kofi Adomah Nwanwani of Kofi TV fame has lauded Deloris Frimpong Manso for hosting him on her show, “The Delay Show” which airs on GH One television on Sunday’s at 6pm.

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He recounted how a woman named Obenewaa (OB) called him and discussed about the need to go to Deloris Frimpong Manso  to share his predicament on her show. According to him, he resisted but he nodded in agreement after sometime.

“Delay called me and taught me how the interview will go when the scheduled day and time is due. Indeed, “The Delay Show” hosted by Deloris Frimpong Manso has really helped to elongate my life. Thus, classmates, students, individuals as well as cooperate institutions extended a helping hand to to safeguard my deteriorating health condition..”, Psalm AdAdjetefio told Kofi Adomah.


Watch The Emotional Interview Below.