Kumawood actor, Samuel Nkrumah, referred to broadly as Remes Kay, has made sense of why he decided to commend his birthday at a graveyard.
In a select meeting with GhPage, the Kumawood actor unveiled that he did that since he believed Ghanaians should realize that a birthday implies one is nearer to their demise than they suspect.
Accordingly, the idea of “in addition to one” is mistaken.
As far as he might be concerned, it was a signal to allow individuals to comprehend how short life is.
During the birthday function, the entertainer’s better half imploded while he was going to propose to her.
This occurred after Remes Kay emerged from a final resting place to propose to her.
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“I would have rather not discussed this episode however at that point I believe individuals out there should petition God for myself and backing me.
“At the point when the birthday was progressing, I eliminated a ring to propose to my sweetheart however when I stooped and requested that she be my significant other, on the double she shut her eyes and put her hand on her heart. I was hanging tight for her to say ‘OK or no’ yet when she put her hand on her chest, the following I saw was that she had fallen.”
To restore her, the entertainer showed that those present at his function helped his better half into a rescue vehicle that took her to the medical clinic.
“At the point when that occurred, everything got muddled and with the assistance of a portion of the folks present, they diverted her into the emergency vehicle that got me a casket and afterward they surged her to the clinic.
“Till now, my sweetheart is still in the clinic and we are anticipating seeing things continue without a hitch.”
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