The late Kumawood actor and comedy veteran, Ebenezer Donkor, who was popularly known as Katawere, may have as well predicted his ascension to heaven.
In an interview with Deloris Frimpong Manso, considered to be the last TV interview of Katawere, the actor asserts that considering the life he has lived, he was sure to secure a place in heaven when he dies.
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In his interview on the Delay Show, Katawere made a passionate appeal to God to make his transition to the afterlife a smooth one.
He continued to revealed that he was a staunch Christianity of the Presbyterian Church. Katawere said death is inevitable, cautioning that no one should live under the illusion that he or she will not die.
Watch the interview below
And lo and behold, Katawere, well-famed for his roles in the "Efiewura" TV series and hordes of local movies, passed away on Monday, November 14 at 78 years.
The cause of his death is yet to be confirmed but his children disclosed that their late father had been battling sickness for the past two years.
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