- Kumawood actor, Lil Win, has revealed that he has remarried after his first marriage failed
- He gave his new wife's name as Maame Serwah, who lives in the United States
- Lil Win has two children with his new wife, and 4 children in all as his former marriage produced two children as well
- He also offered advice to young men on what to look out for when considering a woman for marriage
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Kumawood actor, Kwadwo Nkansah Lilwin, has revealed that he has married again after his first marriage failed.
He said his new wife, Maame Serwah, lives in the United States with their two children. The actor disclosed this in an interview with blogger, Zionfelix, sighted by YEN.com.gh.
Lil Win said he already had two children in his former marriage, and so together, he has four children.
Despite's brother Ofori Sarpong lists all of his children as he opens up on his 29-year-old marriage
He added, however, that he is still on good terms with his former wife for the sake of their children.
To him, a bad marriage does not mean that they should be at loggerheads.
Speaking about his new marriage, the actor said he has learned a lot of lessons and wishes that all young men would wait and marry at the appropriate time.
He added that young men desiring to marry should ensure that they marry women who have something doing and can contribute something meaningful to the marriage.
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It is worth noting that until his revelation, little was known about Lil Win's family life.
He has often been rumoured to be having an affair with his colleague actress, Sandra Ababio.
The actress herself subtly confirmed this when she jumped to Lil Win's defence at a time he had a difference with actor Funny Face.
Ababio trended massively in the media when she wore revealing clothes and begged people to "help her cover her man's property".
Meanwhile, in other news, Nana Ama McBrown's daughter, Baby Maxin, has started school as a video of her first day at school has popped up.
In the video sighted by YEN.com.gh, McBrown herself is so happy that her daughter is starting school, and she could not wait to share the details with Ghanaians.
Unlike many children who just cry on their first day in school, especially when their mother is leaving, Maxin did not cry.
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