Lilwin Cracks Up Audience As He Reads His Speech In English Language At His School’s Graduation Ceremony – Watch Video

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Great Minds International School, owned by popular Ghanaian actor and musician, Kwadwo Nkansah, better known as ”Lilwin,” held its annual speech and prize-giving day today, December 20, 2022.

This year’s speech and prize-giving day is themed: ‘The Impact Of Education On The Economy’.

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The ceremony was graced by a lot of top personalities in the Kumawood movie industry like Akyere Bruwaa, Berima Bediide, and many others.

One of the most interesting moments at the ceremony was when Lilwin, who is the proprietor of the school decided to read his speech and welcoming address in English.

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Even though the actor has publicly stated that he did not get a formal education, he tried his best to read the speech in English Language.

Before he started to read the speech, Lilwin issued a word of caution to the people gathered there to get ready for their ribs to be cracked because his speech was going to be a hilarious one.

Well, just as he promised, he did indeed crack them up with the manner he struggled to read the speech he had written for him.

Watch the video below…

There were many fun moments during the programs as many of the students took turns exhibiting their talents when it came to poetry recitals, dancing, singing, rapping, and many other things.

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