Brother of the late Bishop Bernard Nyarko has opened up for the first time since the passing of the actor.
In an interview with SVTV Africa, Isaac Darko said his brother died a natural death, debunking rumours that he had died under strange circumstances.
Admittedly, he said, Bernard Nyarko has not been well for some weeks prior to his demise.
“He wasn’t feeling well. We went to the hospital and we also prayed – we did all we could. What God has planned has to come and pass.”
“We took him to Ridge Hospital where he died around 5:30 pm on May 2. I will urge his fans to not believe everything [they read about him] online except that he died a natural death,” Mr Darko added.
He pleaded with the fans of the late Kumawood actor to pray for their mum to strengthen her in their difficult time as they prepare to announce funeral plans.
“People should pray for our mother. I don’t want people to talk about other causes of his death. Support us with your prayers,” he requested.
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