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Kwadwo Nkansah has pay his dues and has become big man.

actress, has urged the government to consider paying veteran actors in the nation.

The famed Kumawood actor LilWin, who was born Kwadwo Nkansah, has maintained that his older colleagues who have paid their dues when it comes to entertaining the public are disregarded in their old age.

As a result, he is urging the nation to honor these men and women while they are still alive, rather than when they pass away.

“Ghana, not when we die, but now is the moment to celebrate us. We enjoy commemorating the deceased; it is at this time that they must speak words of encouragement to us in order for us to remain motivated when it comes to entertaining the public. In an interview with Andy Dosty on HitzFM, LilWin stated, "Celebrities in Ghana are part of the reason why there is no conflict in Ghana; we have managed to entertain the population."

John and John, Azonto Ghost, Maye Papa Enu Me Ho, David Ba, and Cocoa Season are just a few of LilWin's film credits.

“From the age of 60 and up, veteran actors are meant to be paid by the government. When it comes to entertainment, these folks have paid their dues. Ministers, too, watch movies to laugh off a rough day or a miscommunication with their wives. "Why do we wait for these individuals to die or become ill before we give them money?" the comedian wondered.

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