Death is an integral part of life processes. Though we shudder to talk about death, it is a reality that we must face. Culturally, the subject of death is not discussed locally or nationally as it is a taboo. Anyone who dares talk about death is presumed to be inviting death to his/her home, thus he/she is quickly told to shut up. Some brave ones however seem to be tired of life and gladly embrace the cold icy hands of death.
Such is the sad case of veteran actress Beatrice Chinery popularly known as Miliki Mi Cool of the hit TV series Kejetia. A few weeks ago, Ghanaians woke up to the sad passing of Beatrice Chinery. In an interview with Zionfelix in his new studio, Joel Chinery, son of the late actress said that his mum had a long history of kidney related diseases. She was admitted at the Korle Bu Teaching Hospital where she was put on dialysis.
She was however introduced to herbal medicines which alleviated her plight and enabled her to return to her normal duties as an actress. According to her son, her mum's return to acting proved a welcome relief to the entire family. Sadly, a few months to his mum's death, his mum begun entertaining thoughts of death and talking about it. It seemed his mum was tired of the constant drugs she was taking and wished for death. Unfortunately, she passed away some few months after that.
Beatrice Chinery was a Ghanaian actress who had her roots in Theater. After starring in several stage productions, she ventured into movies and TV series. Some of her movies include Kiss Your Wife and Stolen Pregnancy. Her repertoire of series include Kejetia, Chorkor Trotro, Jamestown Fisherman, Yolo etc just to name a few. Her passing has created a vacuum in the movie industry which only her can fill. May she rest in perfect peace.
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