- Kumawood star, Lil Win, has released five funny videos of Bishop Bernard Nyarko
- Lil Win shared the videos in remembrance of his colleague who was laid to rest on 27 June
- The videos have stirred mixed emotions among Lil Win's followers on social media
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Kumawood actor, Kwadwo Nkansah, popularly known as Lil Win, released some videos of Bishop Bernard Nyarko as he geared up for his funeral.
Saturday, 26 June, was the day set by Bernard Nyarko's family for his burial and funeral.
Ahead of the funeral, Lil Win, who is known to have been close to Bishop Nyarko, remembered his late colleague.
The comic actor, who featured in many movies alongside Bernard Nyarko, decided to share some of his favourite videos of his colleague.
The videos are short clips of funny movie scenes in which Lil Win played roles alongside Bishop Nyarko.
Sharing the videos, Lil Win noted it was not the right time for Bishop Nyarko to have departed.
Lil Win also indicated how he was going to miss Bishop Nyarko.
"It's never the right time to say goodbye, Kwame. I will miss you, my Advisor. And here is why. #WezzyEmpire," Lil Win captioned his videos.
The first video is of Lil Win and Bernard Nyarko having a chat under a tree.
The second video has Lil Win as a houseboy in Bernard Nyarko's house.
The third is a movie with Akyere Bruwaa and the two of them laughing after a funny action by Lil Win:
The fourth also features Akyere Bruwaa with Lil Win charging at Bernard Nyarko after falling down.
In the fifth video, Bernard Nyarko is holding a microphone and preaching in a church.
The videos from Lil Win have stirred mixed reactions from social media users. While some found the videos funny, others have been saddened by the fact that Bishop Nyarko is no more.
@promzyge noted that: "Everyone has a day to be remembered."
@sweetqueen105 said: "Awwww papa, rest well ."
@skybaeadison also said: "Awwww may his soul rest in perfect peace."
@daniel.awudi consoled Lil Win: "Aaaaw Kojo, God knows best okay. May his soul rest in perfect peace."
For those who do not know, Bishop Nyarko passed away after a long battle with cancer of the colon. He was 49 years and left behind three children.
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