The family of the late actress, Beatrice Chinery, popularly called ‘Miliky MiCool’ will hold her burial service on Saturday, July 11.
The event will take place at the Chinery family house located at North Kaneshie near Big traffic light in Accra.
Because of the coronavirus pandemic, the memorial and thanksgiving service will also be held on the same day.
‘Miliky MiCool’ died on Wednesday, June 10 at the Korle Bu Teaching Hospital.
According to the brother of the actress, Robert Chinery, the 53-year-old died of complications from high blood pressure.
Having started acting on stage in 1993 when she starred in David Dontoh’s Koziekozie.
She shot to fame and gained her name Miliky Micool from popular TV sitcom Kejetia.
She went on to feature in other movies including Jamestown Fisherman and YOLO.
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