Bishop Nyarko: First video from the actor's burial service breaks hearts

Bishop Nyarko: First video from the actor's burial service breaks hearts

- The final funeral rite of Bishop Nyarko is currently underway

- Bishop Nyarko died on May 2, 2020, at the Ridge Hospital

- First emotional video from the funeral has popped up online

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The burial service of the late Kumawood actor, Bishop Bernard Nyarko is currently ongoing in Accra.

The renowned actor passed away on May 2, 2020, at the Ridge Hospital in Accra.

However, his family scheduled, Saturday, June 27, 2020, for his burial service.

Bishop Nyarko: First video from the actor's burial service breaks hearts

Bishop Nyarko: First video from the actor's burial service breaks hearts
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YEN.com.gh has seen first video from the funeral grounds and it is very heartbreaking.

In the video, Bishop Nyarko's lifeless body is captured while his family members couldn't control their tears.

The funeral which is ongoing has attracted Kumawood stars like Christiana Awuni and others.

Watch the video below:

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Meanwhile, Kumawood actor Kwadwo Nkansah, popularly known as Lil Win, has released some videos of Bishop Bernard Nyarko as he gears up for his funeral.

Lil Win who is known to have been close to Bishop Nayrko is remembering his late colleague. The comic actor who featured in many movies alongside Bernard Nyarko has decided to share some of his favourite videos 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 that Bishop Nyarko it was not the right time for Bishop Nayrko to have departed.

Lil Win also indicated how he was going to miss Bishop Nayrko.

"It's never the right time t o say goodbye, Kwame. I will miss you, my Advisor. And here is why. #WezzyEmpire," Lil Win captioned his videos.

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