Bishop Bernard Nyarko’s family wants to disgrace Kumawood actors—-Lilwin
Award winning Kumawood actor, Kwadwo Nkansah Lilwin has expressed grievances about the manner the family of the late Bernard Nyarko is treating the Kumawood stars.
According to him, the stars did their best to offer help to the late actor but were not allowed to get closer to the deceased.
Speaking to the media in an exclusive interview, the actor explained that Kumawood stakeholders were not informed about the sickness of the actor.
He said the news of Bernard Nyarko’s sickness came as a rumour, thus called the deceased to verify and to his dismay the deceased admitted that he had been sick for sometime but was getting better.
Lil Win stated that he offered financial help to him, but he said he did not need help.
“When we talked, I asked him whether I can be of help to him, whether financial or anything and he said he was getting better and did not need all that,” he added.
Lilwin maintained that he did not understand why the family was claiming no one offered help to the Late Nyarko.
Nana Ama McBrown, who is also an actress and a presenter also expressed sadness in the manner the family was staining their name.
She explained that upon hearing the sickness, she called the late actor on several occasions to know the little she could offer to enhance his recovery but he did not attend to her calls..
The beautiful actress further stated that, her inability to reach the late actor did not deter her, she contacted people and later got the contact of the daughter of the late actor.
“I called he r line and she received my call and told me that she will send me to her father. I even sent her momo for her to use as fare to my house, when she came she gave the contact of her grandmother who is mother of the late Nyarko and the woman told me that the doctor said the late Nyarko should not be surrounded by visitors so she hardly meet her son,” she narrated.
Nana Ama indicated that she even told the woman to rely on her for any help, saying through the industry she has built extra connections that they could rely on to offer help to her colleague.
She further stated that she was willing to offer any help whether finances or any other form of help, stressing that the family did not have to take liberty on the late actors death to stain their names.
Answering whether she would be at the one week celebration, the sensational actress said she would be there because she had no issues with the family but would only take her leave if they sack her.
BY JOYCELINE NATALLY CUDJOE