VIDEO: The Money I Received From The Actors Guild When I Was Sick Shocked Me- Kumawood Actor Kwaku Twumasi Bitterly Reveals


Perhaps this was why Elikem Kumordzi made the submission that actors and actresses should find other fetching and lucrative ventures to engage in aside acting and everyone came down on him to have a good feed.

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We have seen the sad end of many of these celebs especially when they take ill and need money to enhance some sort of treatment. Some of these veterans can barely afford a three-squared meal on a daily basis and mostly, it is sad to see them in such a state.

Kumawood actor has been missing in action for a long time now— some people may not even be able to remember him but he played an active role when he was active in the industry. He was one of the big names in Kumawood and there is no doubt he helped in diverse ways to build today’s Kumawood.

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He has been ill for some time now, the man suffered a stroke and has finally spoken about what he had to endure while sick. According to him, the actor Guild paid a courtesy visit to him and they came bearing a gift.

He reveals that he was gifted a small Tecno phone and an envelope that contained surprisingly only Ghc200. From his demeanor, he was not pleased with the amount as he mentioned that he served the guild when he was active.

“I received support from a lot of people. The Leadership of Ghana Actors Guild (GAG) came to visit me and they gave me GHC200 and Phone” Mr. Twumasi narrates.

“Seriously they did very well because not all industry players will get GHC200 and Phone from the Association. I was even lucky to have such kind gesture from the leadership”.

Source: GhanaCelebrities.Com


Miss Anita-Pyper Agyei, Senior Reporter
Ms Pyper Pebbles is a senior reporter at GhanaCelebrities.Com . She holds a Diploma in Communications from the Ghana Institute of Journalism, and she is based in Accra, Ghana. You can reach her via [email protected]