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JUST IN: Actor Kwaku Manu is behind the accident at LilWin’s school – Powerful man of God speaks[Video]

Kumawood actor LilWin started so well in his acting business as well as life, but from the look of things, life has begun to mess up from the camp of the comic actor.

Thus, the above-mention actor after making good money from acting thought it wise to give back to society by venturing into school.

However, the school established by actor LilWin born Kwadwo Nkansah is causing him sleepless nights as the days go by.

This is because not long ago, the school bus of his school called Great Minds International hit a 5-year-old girl and the girl died instantly which Ghanaians are still finding it difficult to understand.

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It’s at the back of this that one powerful man of God alive, Abusua One God has made it emphatic that colleague actor Kwaku Manu of Kumawood Films is behind the agonies of LilWin not excluding then accident which took place in his school most recently.

The servant of the Karma god has revealed that Kwaku Manu and some family of Kwadwo Nkansah Lilwin have plotted his downfall.

In a viral video, he accused Kwaku Manu of teaming up with the family of LilWin to destroy him spiritually.

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He added that after finishing LilWin’s career spiritually, they caused the accident at LilWin’s school and used the blood of the one who died to thank the gods.

Abusua One God then urged LilWin to consult powerful spiritualists to avert this plot else his career will soon die leading to his eventual poverty.

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