Cause of death of Kumawood actor Agya Manu revealed [Details

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A credible source has revealed the cause of the death of Veteran Kumawood actor, Samuel Manu, popularly known as Agya Manu.

The death of the actor was reported yesterday after it was revealed that he was battling a short illness that led to his demise.

Cause of death of Kumawood actor Agya Manu revealed

The news came as a shock to his colleagues and his fans as many take to social media to mourn the veteran actor.

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According to a credible source, the actor was suffering from high blood pressure and diabetes before he finally gave up the ghost.

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Some of his colleagues have already reacted to the news as they take to their social media to mourn the great actor as he finally goes home.

As a reminder, Agya Manu featured in Kwadwo Nkansah Lilwin’s upcoming TV series titled “Cocoa Season”.

Agya Manu appeared in a number of Kumawood films and series before his death, including the recently concluded ‘Borga Akwaaba’ TV series, which was created by comedic actor Kwadwo Nkansah Lil Win.

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He also had an appearance in Lil Win’s most recent TV show, “Police Academy,” which is now running on UTV.

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The four young guys captured in the viral video who is believed to be in their 20’s were all holding firearms that they were cocking.

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