VIDEO: See How Ghanaian Actor Majid Michel Speaks After Throat Surgery

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Celebrated Ghanaian actor Majid Michel who some few weeks ago flew out of the country to undergo surgery on his voice has been spotted in a new video shared on social media speaking perfectly well.

The actor somewhere last year started sounding weird whenever he talked making people question what actually was happening to him.

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“I don’t know what is wrong with my voice. I have checked at Korle-bu and 37 Military hospitals and they all said there is nothing wrong with my voice. They have checked my throat and everything is perfect,” he said.

“Over two years ago, I was travelling and then suddenly my voice started breaking and it’s been like this for over two years now” Majid recounted.

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He, however, stated that he is able to speak well when given a microphone with loudspeakers.

“It’s funny if I have a microphone with speakers it comes and if am giving a public talk or giving a public speech but speaking to you like this or on a telephone, it is worse. You won’t hear me when you call me on phone so you have to text,” he indicated.

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Watch the video of Majid Michel speaking after the surgery.

 

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