- A son of late actress, Miliki Mi Cool, has spoken about his mum's predicament leading up to her death
- According to him, Miliki Mi Cool had been ill for a long time but did not receive any help from her colleagues
- Miliki Mi Cool was buried over the weekend in a private ceremony
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The eldest son of deceased Ghanaian actress, Beatrice Chinery, who was popularly known as Miliki Mi Cool, has bemoaned the neglect his mum suffered at the hands of her acting colleagues.
Speaking in an exclusive interview with Zionfelix on ‘Z News’ that was sighted by YEN.com.gh, Jewel Chinery revealed his late mother was sick for about a year and some months before she sadly passed on.
He added that she was on dialysis at the Korle-Bu Teaching Hospital for some time due to kidney problems.
After months of battling for her life, the family of the actress resorted to herbal treatment after it was recommended for her and she started responding to treatment.
According to him, Miliki Mi Cool even did a couple of programs and they thought she was on the road to recovery, but a few months later her situation started declining again.
Before she passed away on 10 June, Jewel Chinery stated that most of his mum's colleagues did not show up when his mother was in a difficult place.
Following her demise, Jewel said Akrobeto, the CEO of Miracle Films, and some actors have visited the family.
She was laid to rest on Saturday, 4 July. She was survived by her husband and five children.
Miliki Mi Cool rose to fame after she played a role in the popular television series Kejetia in the early 2000s and was recently featured in the YOLO series as a koko seller.
YEN.com.gh earlier reported that outspoken man of God, Apostle Kwabena Owusa Adjei, alleged to be a sympathiser of the National Democratic Congress (NDC), has spoken after he was released from a 2-week remand.
Apostle Kwabena Owusu Adjei, who was picked up by BNI operatives while he granted an interview in his home, was said to have been in possession of wee known widely as marijuana.
The self-styled prophet of doom has spoken following his release, which was based on a GHc100,000 surety.
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