Kumawood Actress, Benedicta Gafah
The Kumawood Actress Benedicta Gafah has revealed that Bisa Kdei’s famous song “Mansa” shot her to notoriety and fame.
Benedicta Gafah, who was featured in the “Mansa” video was adjudged the Best Actress Lead Role for the 2015 fifth Kumawood Akoben Film Festival (KAFF) Awards as of late held in Kumasi.
As indicated by the Actress, a great many people she experiences call her ‘Mansa’.
The “Mansa” video is the most viewed on YouTube.
Obviously yes, the video has made me famous than I was on account of at this moment numerous individuals see me and they call me ‘Mansa Benedicta Gaffah’. Before the Kaff Awards, I went to the Police Headquarters in Accra and when I arrived, everybody was like ‘Mansa’, “Mansa” and I was like wow its just amazing, she joyously said.
Talking with the media person, she clarified that after a series of delay on the date for the shooting of “Mansa” video because of her work routine, they later orchestrated a date.
The KAFF Best Actress demonstrated that she would not like to be a part of the video since she needs dancing abilities.
We discussed this most recent two years, he wanted to feature me on a specific song however it didn’t work. So later he said BenedictaGafah I need us to deal with “Mansa” video, so my Manager was like Benedicta why not do it. I am less into these recordings and I was like, imagine a scenario where I am asked to dance, I don’t know how to dance, she reviewed.
Afia Yakubu’, the movie Benedicta personally produced got her 12 nominations in the KAFF awards.
I feel so glad to be the champ of the best performer of the KAFF awards. I would say that of the considerable number of motion pictures I have acted in, however, in each film I truly do buckle down yet for this motion picture I think I worked to a great degree hard and in all I will say diligent work pays, she commented.
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