Maame Yaa Konadu, mother of the late Kumawood star, Bishop Nyarko has revealed she was ready and prepared to do everything in her power to ensure that her son stays alive. She said she did everything possible to get her son to regain his strength and bounce back including visiting some men of God.
Speaking in an interview, she revealed that she returned to Ghana from her base just to cater to her son who was sick and bed-ridden. She stated that Bishop was her pride and felt people referred to her as the mother of a star. She also mentioned she took Bishop to many places with hope for his recovery but her hopes were never met. She was even ready to sell her properties including her house.
Prior to his death, he had lost so much weight and was very weak. He directed that she should not allow anyone to visit until such a time he recovered and felt better. This was so because he did not want his colleagues to come and take images of him and post on social media.
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