Kumawood star, Lil Win, used to work in the MORTUARY

Kumawood star, Lil Win, used to work in the MORTUARY

Kwadwo Nkansah, the Kumawood actor affectionately called Lilwin, has passed through many stages before attaining his status of fame.

Lilwin revealed that if he hadn’t become an actor or musician, he would have remained a "mortuary man." He said prior to his current status, he worked as a mortuary attendant at the age of 21.

Kumawood star, Lil Win, used to work in the MORTUARY

Lilwin

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Lilwin continued that if he had not pursued his dream of acting and making Ghanaians happy, he would have still been carrying dead bodies as an undertaker just to earn a measly income.

Kumawood star, Lil Win, used to work in the MORTUARY

"About ten years ago, when the transport system in the country was terrible, especially at a small village called Kam 19, hardly would you see a vehicle plying on our road, the distance from the houses to the mortuary was far, so I was carrying dead bodies, those days I was charging GH¢20.00 per a body, it was very heavy but I needed the money so couldn’t resist the job."

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The actor cum comedian also noted that he used to make sandals and shoes.

"I used to make Ghana-made sandals and shoes, if I stop both my musical and acting career, I would go back to my former self of making shoes or carrying dead bodies," he explained.

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