A close friend of the late Bishop Bernard Nyarko, Rev. Osei Bonsu who is also the founder of Royal Glory Ministry in Kumasi has revealed how Emelia Brobbey and Christiana Wuni donated various amounts of money to his late friend when he was sick.
Bishop Bernard Nyarko’s death has opened up the Kumawood movie industry to ridicule because the actors and actresses in the industry claim they wanted to visit Bernard Nyarko when he was sick but were not given the opportunity so they could not support their brother financially.
His family has also insisted that if they wanted to help, they could have wired any money electronically to help save the life of the ailing actor
In the latest interview to SVTV Africa monitored by MyNewsGh.com Rev. Osei Bonsu who is very close to the family said Emelia Brobbey and Christiana Awuni were just the two colleagues who cared about Bishop and provided some form of support although not very huge.
“The only people I’m aware of providing support is Christiana Awuni and Emelia Brobbey. Bishop told me they sent something to support through mobile money. This wasn’t something big but appreciable for credit and others,” he told SVTV in an interview.
He noted that Ghanaians talk too much and that has affected his [Bernard Nyarko] mother because she cannot hurt a fly and so she’s traumatized that some Kumawood actors and actresses will paint her black to the people of Ghana.
He asked Ghanaians to desist from spreading falsehood about the Man of God who is dead because his ghost will deal with them.