Kumawood actor, Bishop, receives honorary award from KNUST at colourful ceremony

Kumawood actor, Bishop, receives honorary award from KNUST at colourful ceremony

One of Kumawood’s most versatile and talented actors, Bishop Bernard Nyarko, has been honoured by the National Union of Ghana Students (NUGS) of KNUST.

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Kumawood actor, Bishop, receives honorary award from KNUST at colourful ceremony

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The actor was awarded for his immense contribution and support towards the growth of the Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology’s NUGS at a colourful award ceremony held by NUGS.

The award scheme NUGS KNUST Excellence and Exclusive Awards 2017, seeks to honour and appreciate individuals and group for support and loyalty to the union.

The KNUST NUGS sang the praises of the actor, saying he never withholds his best from them whenever they called on him.

Therefore, Bishop, as the actor is widely known was honoured for his loyalty and for being a firm support to the students’ union, the union stated.

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According to the leadership of the Union, the Bishop Bernard Nyarko has also contributed greatly in helping the KNUST NUGS achieve its purpose.

“Over the years, Bishop Bernard Nyarko has contributed greatly in making the achievement of the tenets of their motto; Education, a right not a privilege, a reality,” they said.

They believe that his exemplary support and loyalty indeed proves that Bishop Bernard Nyarko is indeed a true ambassador for the growth and development of education.

Thus, the actor was presented with a citation which carries words of commendation and appreciation for supporting KNUST NUGS’ progress in diverse ways.

The Citation Reads:

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“…In grateful appreciation of your immeasurable contribution to the National Union of Ghana Students KNUST.

It is a trite but profound expression that a person who exudes loyalty deserves royalty. You have been a firm support to this union and have contributed in diverse ways to our progress thus far.

You did not withhold your best from this union when we needed it the most.

Our cause as a union has always been to make the spirit of our motto (education, a right not a privilege) prevail, and in your own small way you helped us achieve it.

Our hearts are deep with gratitude as on this day we publicly celebrate you. Such a special person as yourself deserves a golden handshake.

For your immense contribution and unalloyed show of solidarity towards the union, we say Ayekoo.”

Bernard Nyarko is a Kumahood actor loved by movie lovers.

He is reported to have joined Kumawood in 2012 when he returned to Ghana after living in the United States for many years.

Bishop has featured in a good number of movies starring alongside seasoned actors and actresses including Emelia Brobbey; Akrobeto; Kyiewaa; Mercy Asiedu; Nana Ama McBrown, just to mention a few.

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