I’ll Be A Pastor When I Stop Acting – Popular Kumawood Actor

Bishop Bernard Nyarko

Renowned Kumawood actor Bishop Bernard Nyarko has stated emphatically that he is not a man of God as many perceive him to be.

The actor who has three kids in an interview on Emelia Brobbey’s new talk show, “Okukuseku” revealed that he used to serve men of God years back. Bishop added that he was a translator for pastors but he quit the job somewhere along the line. Aside expressing the sense of the pastor’s words in another language, the actor added that he used to also sing at church and that tells how he loves the work of God.

He further posited that “I’m not an ordained pastor but I can preach like the pastors anytime I’m behind the pulpit.” He further stated on the show that he will be a pastor when he stops acting.

Bishop Benard Nyarko is not the only Kumawood actor who has made his intention to be a man of God in future known. Outspoken actor Kwaku Manu also on Celebrity Ride With Zionfelix show said he will say goodbye to movies and take the bible to win souls for the Kingdom of God.

Watch Bishop Bernard Nyarko on Okukuseku program below:

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