Popular Ghanaian actor, Adjetey Anang will celebrate his 50th birthday on Saturday, July 8 in a grand style.

Activities to mark the feat include the launch of a memoir, health foundation and a movie premiere to highlight his creative works over the years.

In a statement signed by King-Dawie Publication and Lynx Entertainment, it mentioned that the movie will provide a glimpse into his exceptional talent in a role that will leave audiences spellbound.

“His magnetic presence and unparalleled acting skills will undoubtedly be a highlight, cementing his status as one of the industry’s most versatile performers,” it added.

On Saturday, July 8, 2023 at a multifaceted event at the Skybox Event Centre in Accra, the golden jubilee birthday will be crowned with the launch of his highly anticipated memoir and health charity known as the One in a Million-Health Foundation.

The memoir will tell Adjetey Anang’s journey to stardom, his impact, lessons, struggles, and the sacrifices which have shaped him over the years.

 It will also reveal the relatable individual behind the varied captivating screen characters he has played over the years, including the legendary Pusher from the iconic TV series Things We Do for Love. It promises to be a memoir worth reading.

For the One in a Million Health Foundation, the focus is on providing quality healthcare resources to persons in deprived regions.

The charity is named ‘one in a million’ since it intends to gather a million people who will commit to donating GH₵1 every day for 10 years to helping underprivileged folks.

Loved for his humility and particularly diverse acting skills, Adjetey Anang popularly known as Pusher for his role in the television series, “Things We Do for Love” in the early 2000S.

 He has featured in a number of movies including “Deadly Voyage”, “A Sting in a Tale”, “The Perfect Picture” and others. He has also featured in a Dutch movie titled “Slavery”.

Over the years, Adjetey Anang has been honored with a number of awards such as Actor of the year at the 2022 Exclusive Men of the Year Africa Awards.

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