Martha Ankomah Finally Replies Kwadwo Nkansah Lilwin

Respected Ghanaian actress Martha Ankomah has responded subtly to Kumawood actor Kwadwo Nkansah Lilwin.

Despite anticipation for a fiery retort from Ankomah, she chose not to engage in insult. Instead, she implied that she prioritizes positivity over unnecessary conflicts and focuses on constructive pursuits.

In a post observed on Martha Ankomah’s official Instagram page by, she appeared elegantly dressed in her car, enjoying the song “Good Energy” by Yung Wylin. Alongside the post, Ankomah posed three questions, expressing her appreciation for their balance between gratitude and self-improvement.

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The questions the actress asked were;

  1. What happened today that I’m grateful for?
  2. Which actions moved me towards my goals?
  3. Are there any changes I can make?

Further posts by Ankomah depict her engrossed in work, signaling her lack of interest in the aforementioned Kumawood actor.

What Did Lilwin Say About Martha Ankomah?

Kwadwo Nkansah Lilwin Attacks Martha Ankomah

Kwadwo Nkansah Lilwin

Kumawood actor Kwadwo Nkansah Lilwin leveled accusations against Martha Ankomah, alleging that she received financial favors from influential individuals in the country. This allegation arose after Ankomah reportedly declined offers to work with Kumawood movie directors.

According to Lilwin, Ankomah expressed her refusal to collaborate with Kumasi movie stars to director Fiifi Garbin, citing a lack of substance in their scripts. Reacting strongly to what he perceived as disrespect from Ankomah, Lilwin asserted that her negative remarks about the Kumawood industry stemmed from the support she received from sponsors.

Lilwin also criticized Ankomah for her roles in movies that, in his opinion, promoted promiscuity and moral decline. In an intense video, Lilwin labeled Ankomah as an inexperienced actress only recognized in Accra, concluding with a warning for her and other actors to refrain from disparaging the local movie scene.