Video of Bernard Nyarko encouraging people not to give up and die causes stir

Video of Bernard Nyarko encouraging people not to give up and die causes stir

- A video of the late Bernard Nyarko has surfaced with him asking Ghanaians never to give up and die

- The deceased bishop and Kumawood actor made the video one morning to encourage Ghanaians to forge on despite the hardships in life

- Many people have been reacting to the video, asking why Bernard Nyarko himself died after asking everyone not to

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A breathtaking video of popular Ghanaian bishop and actor, Bernard Nyarko, encouraging Ghanaians never to give up on life and die has surfaced after his death.

In the video sighted by YEN.com.gh on the verified Facebook handle of Yvonne Nelson, the deceased Kumawood actor went online one morning to lift downhearted people with inspirational words.

He started the video with the words, "This morning, I love you so much. I hope you are looking good. Get something to eat and thank God for your life".

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In furtherance, the bishop added that "say to yourself 'it is well' because tomorrow by this time, your angel will come"

Before ending the video, bishop Bernard Nyarko made the rather shocking statement, "Don't die, because your angel is on the way coming. God bless you. Bye"

Many Ghanaians who watched the video could not resist the urge to pour out their comments under the thread.

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Maame Ama Adepa said death was so wicked to have taken the renowned actor. She asked Bernard Nyarko why he died when he asked her not to.

Nhex Chafe Jnr sounded just like Maame Ama Adepa, indicating that Bernard Nyarko died when he asked us not to.

Kojo Smith asked Bernard Nyarko to rest in peace, stating he is one of the people who made him start watching Ghanaian movies

In another report, Ghana has reportedly become the first African country to perform a COVID-19 autopsy on bodies after two were carried out at the Ga-East hospital.

According to a report sighted by YEN.com.gh on Myjoyonline.com, the two autopsies were carried out on Thursday, April 30, 2020.

The tests were undertaken on the bodies to unravel the mysteries surrounding the novel coronavirus in order to help improve the treatment of survivors in Ghana and beyond.

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