Popular Kumawood actor, Bernard Nyarko, has been reported dead. His death was reported on Saturday, May 2, 2020.
The family is yet to reveal the cause of the demise of the actor famously known on set as ‘Bishop’.
The sad news was first shared on the Facebook page of Nathaniel Totimeh a.k.a Kokovelli and later the Instagram page of celebrated radio presenter and DJ, Andy Dosty.
Months before his demise, Bernard Nyarko announced his decision not to feature in movies any longer.
According to him, there were evil spirits controlling the movie industry.
“Every day you would meet different people, every day you would see different girls all of the wants you to become their friends and some of them are coming from the marine sea”, he said.
Bernard Nyarko who is also a pastor, vowed never to return to the movie industry.
“If I have stopped acting, I have stopped because it’s full of evil….they should take their movie,” he added.
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