My Depression Is Gone – Funny Face Gives Glory

Actor and comedian, Benson Nana Yaw Oduro Boateng, professionally known as Funny Face, opened up about his depression.

The stand-up comedian has happily disclosed that he is no more in a depressed state, it’s gone.

According to him in an interview on 3FM, he was prepared to return to comedy. And other endeavours. After reinventing himself and overcoming his mental challenges.

“It’s been an amazing journey. It’s been God’s grace. And you know sometimes as humans, God wants you to move to a certain level you won’t listen.

“Then God will bring you back and break you and mould you again. That is what happened, so we are back again to God’s glory,” he said.

Funny Face added that his recovery from the depression that took him off-stage for years has encouraged him. To appreciate the need to assist those who are also struggling with various conditions.

“The moment you start talking about it, the moment you tell your story through comedy, it means you are healed, and you’re able to make fun out of the whole situation.

“I will take it upon myself to educate people on the causes and effects of depression. And how they can seek help to come out of such episodes,” he added.

While getting ready for his comeback to the acting and comedy scenes, Funny Face has been sharing the stage alongside other comic acts. And there’s no doubt that he is still in top form when he thrilled patrons at Lekzy Decomic’s Too Cute to Be Mute on Friday, September 30 last year.

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