Liwin Tells How He Stopped Being A Morgue Attendant And Entered Into Acting

‘About ten years ago, when the transport system in the country was terrible, especially at a small village called Kam 19, hardly would you see a vehicle plying on our road, the distance from the houses to the mortuary was far, so I was carrying dead bodies, those days I was charging ¢20.00 per a body, it was very heavy but I needed the money so couldn’t resist the job.

I would have been carrying dead bodies now if not for my new job, I used to make Ghana-made sandals and shoes, if I stop both my musical and acting career, I would go back to my former self of making shoes or carrying dead bodies,’ he explained.

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