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"My Dream Was To Become A Doctor" - Adelaide The Seer

Ghanaian Musician, Adelaide Bortier known in showbiz as ‘Adelaide the Seer’ has revealed that although she is currently a singer, her dream was to become a doctor.

Speaking on an Accra-based television station, she said "My dream was to be a doctor when I was in school. I used to sing at school but it was just for fun. But with what I went through, I developed the passion and love for music"

The young musician also revealed that she lost her sight on October 16, 2012, after suffering Cerebro Spinal Meningitis.

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She said "I lost my sight on 16th October 2012 after suffering from Cerebro Spinal Meningitis (CSM) It affected my brain nerves and that was affected my eyes. I was by then in GHANATA as a final year student. I spent only two days in school. I lost sight after I recovered from a coma. I was preparing myself for opportunities in the music industry"

Adelaide The Seer also revealed that it took her a while before she came to terms with the fact that she had lost her sight.

"My whole body was also paralyzed. I went through physiotherapy and that is what helped me" she added.

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Cerebro Spinal Meningitis (CSM) is an inflammation of the membranes of both the brain and spinal cord.

CSM is a chronic medical condition, the inflammation of the brain and the spinal cord often results in a very serious infection and becomes an often fatal variety of meningitis caused by the meningococcus bacteria.

Adelaide The Seer is gradually making a name for herself in the music industry.

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She has revealed how DopeNation helped her to unearth her talent.

Story by: Joshua Kwabena Smith