- Bishop Bernard Nyarko's mother has made her first appearance on social media after the demise of her son
- The mother popped up in a video while a team from Adom TV visited her house on Friday, May 8, 2020
- In the video, Bishop Nyarko's mother broke down interest while she addressed her guests
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Bishop Bernard Nyarko's mother, Auntie Ceci, has been spotted for the first time since her son's untimely passing.
As it has been widely reported, Bishop Nyarko passed away at the Greater Accra Regional (Ridge) Hospital on Saturday, May 2, 2020.
The gigantic actor had been battling cancer of the colon for some time and had been going in and out of hospital for treatment.
Following the news of his passing, many of his Kumawood colleagues have blamed his mother for refusing them access to the actor while he was sick.
But it later emerged that Auntie Ceci was only enforcing a directive from her son who was not in a mood to receive visitors.
In all the back and forth, Bishop Nyarko's mother has been on the quiet and has not been seen anywhere.
Making her first appearance on social media, Auntie Ceci has broken down in tears as she spoke about her son.
In a video sighted by YEN.com.gh, a crew from Adom TV had visited the family house of Bishop Nyarko as they planned for the one-week observance on Saturday, May 9, 2020.
After exchanging greetings and making their the purpose of their visit known, the crew's leader announced that they brought some items to help the family hold the one-week rite.
Speaking to the visitors, Bishop Nyarko's mother thanked them for the visit and prayed for God's blessings fro them.
She later got overwhelmed with emotions as she broke down in tears during the interaction.
Meanwhile, a poster for the one-week observance of Bishop Nyarko has been released on social media.
The poster confirms the May 9 date as previously reported by YEN.com.gh.
Earlier, Bishop Nyarko's elder brother disclosed how the ceremony was going to be organised.
Speaking in an interview with SVTV and sighted by YEN.com.gh, he indicated that in adherence to the social distancing rules, both ceremonies will largely be held privately.
In the video, Isaac Darko pleaded with the many fans of his brother who would have loved to be part of the one-week ceremony to bear with them and stay home and observe on social media.
For those who would still want to attend, brother Darko stated that their time on the one-week grounds was going to be limited.
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