Actor Lil Win from Kumawood has denied making the claim that he was the first in the Kumawood film business to create a school, according to Ghanaian actor Sumsum Ahuofedua.
Sumsum revealed specific facts in an interview with Ghanaian YouTuber Poleeno, indicating that their coworker actor Kwaku Manu had indeed built a school before Lil Win.
Sumsum underlined the need to recognize the outstanding accomplishments of several Kumawood actors.
Agya Koo, Lil Win, Nana Ama McBrown, and Akrobeto received accolades for their achievements, which he attributed to their saving the cinema business.
He stated, “The works of these actors should be applauded as they have played a significant role in revitalizing the industry.”
Sumsum went on to say that these achievements should not be surprising and cited some notable Kumawood actors’ work in constructing homes and schools as an example.
He notably emphasized Kwaku Manu, who had built a school with the money he earned from Kumawood. This prompted Sumsum to speculate that Agya Koo, who had generated controversy over reports that political donations had been used to build his mansion, may also be able to construct a home with his Kumawood revenues.
According to Sumsum, who provided new details regarding the Kumawood film business, in contrast to Lil Win’s earlier claims, Kwaku Manu was the first actor to construct a school.
Sumsum confidently stated, “I personally witnessed the unveiling of Kwaku Manu’s school, so it is evident that Lil Win’s statement is untrue. I believe in hearing people speak the truth, and it is disheartening to encounter false claims being made.”
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