The late Bishop Bernard Nyarko's mother has revealed that she still sees her son in her dreams on a regular basis. According to Maame Yaa Konadu, the ghost of her son came to her many times in her dreams to console her and tell her to stop crying that he was in a better position in Heaven.
According to her, her son's untimely death shattered her heart and utterly devastated her. She said, "It wasn't until he introduced himself to me during one of the weekly visits and told me he was resting in the bosom of the Lord that I find peace in my soul."
My son's death has left me utterly broken. I hardly feed, yet while I sleep, he appears to me in my dreams and tells me not to be unhappy. I've been seeing his shadow every day since he died.'
On May 2, 2020, the late Bishop cum actor died sadly after succumbing to illness. He was succeeded by five brothers.
‘I only knew him to have three children when I returned from London and he told me he has a child in Kumasi who he called after me. We went searching for the four-year-old baby. ‘His other brother, who came around during the one-week observance of his death, is 18 years old.' Eno Yaa Konadu said.
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