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Mahama purchased 200 tickets for my upcoming movie premiere – LilWin


Ghanaian actor Kwadwo Nkansah, popularly known as LilWin, has shared a heartwarming story of former President John Dramani Mahama‘s kindness towards him.

LilWin disclosed that Mahama purchased 200 tickets for his upcoming movie premiere, ensuring that those who couldn’t afford tickets could still attend.

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The actor expressed gratitude, noting Mahama’s desire to be present at the premiere if his schedule permitted.

In a recent Twitter post, LilWin recounted a late-night call from Mahama, expressing initial concerns about potential political themes in the film.

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In a Twitter post, LilWin recalled a late-night call from Mahama, saying, “I was surprised by a call from Mahama around midnight. He was concerned my film might be politically charged, but after I explained, he supported it. He bought 200 tickets and suggested I give them away. He also mentioned he’d try to attend the premiere if possible.”

However, after clarifying, Mahama not only supported the movie but also bought tickets for those in need and expressed interest in attending the premiere.

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This act of generosity isn’t new for Mahama, as LilWin recalled an earlier instance where Mahama facilitated the acquisition of a school bus worth over GH¢300,000 for LilWin’s educational institution through his son.

While Mahama preferred to keep this gesture private, LilWin felt compelled to share it publicly, hoping to inspire others to follow suit.
LilWin stated, “Following my interview about our school bus issues, Mahama’s son kindly bought us a new Benz bus valued at over GH¢300,000. He preferred not to publicize it, but I think it’s important to recognize such kindness to encourage more.”

The premiere of LilWin’s movie, ‘A Country Called Ghana’, is scheduled for Friday, May 17, at the National Theatre, with screenings continuing until May 25, 2024, at KNUST in Kumasi.

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