My son visits me in dreams -Bishop Nyarko's mother

By: Gifty Owusu-Amoah
Bishop Nyarko's mother says son reveals himself to her in dreams
The late Bishop Nyarko
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MAAME Yaa Konadu, mother of the late Kumawood actor, Bishop Nyarko, has disclosed that her son always visits her in dreams and tells her he is in a better place.

According to her, since Bishop Nyarko died on May 2, 2020, he always appears in her dreams to encourage her to be strong.

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In a recent interview with Adom TV, Maame Yaa Konadu said even though she is distraught about her son's death, she finds solace in the belief that her son is in a better place.

"The demise of my son has really left me completely shattered. I barely eat and anytime I sleep, he reveals himself to me in dreams,  tells me not to be sad. Since his death, I have been seeing his ghost every day," she stated.

A very popular face in Kumawood, Bishop Nyarko rose to fame in movies such as Ultimate Betrayal, Masakyere, Awurade Wo Nkae, The Family's Pride and Sidechic Gang.

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Until his death, the actor was known to be a father of three but his mother disclosed during the interview he had five children.

 "I only knew him to have three children until I returned from London and he told me he has a child who lives in Kumasi and he had named him after me. We went looking for the boy, who is four years old.

"His other child, who came around during the one-week observance of his death, is 18 years old," she stated.

Bishop Bernard Nyarko died on Saturday, May 2 at the Ridge Hospital in Accra after battling colon cancer.

He will be buried on June 27, 2020, at Obosomase in the Eastern Region.