Lilwin has recruited John Paintsil for a role in a new TV series dubbed Agya Bofour (Mr. Hunter) as he devises other alternatives to revive the dying movie industry in Kumasi and Ghana in general.
A photo of a calm looking John Paintsil who played for the Black Star as a defender years ago posing with Lilwin whose real name is Kwadwo Nkansah has surfaced online and created all the buzz for the yet-to-be-released sequel.
From all indications gathered by our outfits, the serial drama will feature footballers, actors, politicians, and others.
Paintsil was a member of the Ghana Under-21 team that finished second in the FIFA World Youth Championship in Argentina in 2001, and he also represented Ghana at the African Cup of Nations in Mali in 2002 and Egypt in 2006.
Lilwin recently said in a new interview that a lot of Ghanaians are not in favour of his astronomical rise and the space he occupies amongst the elites, hence want his downfall.
Speaking in an interview with ZionFelix on the ‘Uncut’ Show, Lilwin said most Ghanaians cannot wait to see him wallowing in misery, adding these people wish he will be poor in life.
However, the actor and musician believes the God he serves will protect them from all their evil machinations. He stressed that God will continue to bless whatever he touches. Lilwin talked about how some people accused him falsely after one of his school buses had an accident. He stated that people want to defame him because of his popularity.
While they are trying to link accidental situations to ‘sakawa’, the owner of Great Minds International School added that they are doing that because of his status in society.
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