The Kumawood actor, who was noted for his serene nature parts, died on Thursday, September 30, according to numerous media sources. In an Instagram post, fellow Kumawood actor Kwadwo Nkansah ‘Lil Win' confirmed the news, writing: “Ooo daddy Rest In Peace and God be with you.” It should be remembered that the veteran has been unwell for over six years and has made many public requests for help. Since his illness became public, he has gotten support from his fellow performers.
Famous Kumawood celebrities paid a visit to King Aboagye Brenya at his residence in Kumasi Abrepo in 2017 and presented him with various gifts. In 2017, King Brenya was released from the Komfo Anokye Teaching Hospital (KATH) following a successful recovery. The Kumawood celebrities who came to see him gave him gifts and an unknown sum of money to assist him pay his healthcare spending.
After the contribution, the Kumawood actors organized a mini-worship led by Rev Samuel Nyamekye, CEO of Miracle Films, to pledge the sick actor's life to God. King Brenya was overcome with emotion as a result of his professional colleagues' gesture, and he was on the verge of crying. Reverend Samuel Nyamekye, Apostle John Prah, Jones Agyeman, Michael Afrane, Vivian Jill Lawrence, Nana Ama McBrown, Akyere Bruwaa, Jackson Bentum, Sammy, Martha, Kala Kumasi, and others were among the Kumawood celebs who paid the visit despite their hectic schedules.
In the same year, Lilwin sent him some local delicacies and an undisclosed sum of money.
Due to his command of the Twi and English dialects, King Brenya, as he was popularly known, had a bright and diverse career, fitting well into the Kumawood and the Ghallywood.
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