Bishop Nyarko: Kumawood actor to be buried on June 27 in Accra

Bishop Nyarko: Kumawood actor to be buried on June 27 in Accra

The final funeral rites of Kumawood actor, Bishop Bernard Nyarko, has been revealed.

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This was revealed by Kumawood actress, Christian Awuni, who shared the funeral poster on Instagram.

In the poster seen YEN.com.gh, the date and venue for the funeral were outlined.

Bishop Nyarko: Kumawood actor to be buried on June 27 in Accra

Bishop Nyarko: Kumawood actor to be buried on June 27 in Accra
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Per the poster, Bishop Nyarko will be laying in state on Saturday, June 27, 2020, at Lake Side Estate in Accra.

A private burial service would be held on the same date at Obosomaso in the Eastern Region after his internment in Accra.

Social media users broke down in tears after Christiana Awuni released the poster.

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@adwoanana1clothingonline: "Eiiiii hmmmmm, so bishop is gone just like that..."

@mijoylove34: "Eiiiii such a nice man , awwwooo sorry hmmmm."

@nanayaaakwaboah: "Awwwwww awww awww madam Christy stay strong ok .. God knows wats best."

@jhuniahded: "Awww Bishop dayie."

@larbiamoakodb: "Rest In Peace Legend."

See the poster below:

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Bishop Nyarko died on Saturday, May 9, 2020, at the Ridge Hospital in Accra.

The late actor left behind five children - two boys and three girls.

Meanwhile, mother of the late Bishop Nyarko, Yaa Konadu, has for the first time spoken about how her life has been since the demise of her son.

In an interview on Adom TV monitored by YEN.com.gh, Yaa Konadu stated that her son who recently passed away visits her in dreams to console her.

According to Yaa Konadu anytime her son visits her in her dreams, he tells her not to be heartbroken for he -Bishop Bernard Nyarko - has found comfort wherever he is.

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