Kumawood Actor Bill Asamoah Now A Chief In Ashanti Region: See his pictures
By macleangh | self meida writer
Published 13 days ago - 8519 views
Bill Asamoah Now a Chief in Ashanti Region? – see picture
A new picture of renowned Kumawood actor Bill Asamoah has got people speculating that he is a chief somewhere in the Ashanti regional but has kept that a secret from the public domain.
this picture captured him dressed in a traditional chief outfit from head to toe as he sat on a stool with all signs of traditional emblems.
what triggered the speculations the most was the caption to the picture which he tagged himself Okyeremananawhich seems to have a relation with chieftaincy.
his caption read: “The storms of life do not last forever, so I still will remain calm even as people who should know better continue to frustrate my journey through this life….. Humble Lion, in God I trust.”
Well, this still remains a mystery at the moment as he is yet to address the issue. Remember to stay in touch with us for more updates and share your thought in the comment session.
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