- Kumawood star Bishop Bernard Nyarko's one-week observance has been held
- Colleague actors visited Bishop Nayrko's family to mourn with them
- Here ae videos fo McBrown, Maame Serwaa, and other Kumawood stars at the one-week
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A host of Kumawood actors have attended the one-week observance of their colleague Bishop Bernard Nyarko.
Among those sighted were Nana Ama McBrown., Christiana Awuni, Maame Serwaa, and Sunsu Ahuofe
As earlier reported by YEN.com.gh, Bishop Nyarko passed away on May 2, 2020, at the Ridge Hospital in Accra.
The actor had been battling cancer of the colon for some time and had been going in and out of hospital.
In line with Akan customs, the family has held a one-week observance at Lakeside Estate at Ashalley Botwe in Accra.
Videos from the one-week observance have popped up showing how Bishop Nyarko's Kumawood colleagues attended.
Every one of the Kumawood actors, just like all others at the one-week, could be seen wearing nose masks.
McBrown, after entering the hall and being addressed, went straight to the deceased's mother, Auntie Ceci mother. She bowed before the old woman as they talked.
Christiana Awuni who was seated could not hold her tears as she cried all through their time in the hall.
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Later the likes of Maame Serwaa and Sunsum Ahuofe also came to the grounds.
Earlier Bishop Bernard Nyarko's mother had 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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