Kumawood actor and movie producer Kwadwo Nkansah known well as Lilwin has said despite his popularity, he doesn’t count himself among Ghana’s richest entertainers.
Speaking on the Uncut how with ZionFelix, the famous actor stated that his key motive is to help others reason why he established a school to offer quality education to people.
READ ALSO: I’m too young to spend my music money on big cars – Black Sherif tells Kwame Sefa Kayi
“I don’t count myself among the richest people in Ghana. I am not part of the richest entertainers. I am just a standby, you can’t count me in there,” he claimed.
Speaking more about his school, Great Minds International School Lilwin disclosed that his school charges as low as GHc100 as school fees; adding that he hasn’t made any profit from the school.
“The number of administrations keeps growing. We currently have about 10 buses. We have close to 1,000 students…I set up the school to help the country and those parents who are not privileged. I know at the right time, maybe 10 years from now I will start making a profit.
“Some kids cry and tell their parents they want to come to Lilwin’s school. I charge as low as GH¢100 and GH¢150 for school fees. The neighboring schools charge more. I should have charged around GH¢3,000 due to the investment made here.
READ ALSO: Why I’m still single at 45 — Boxer Floyd Mayweather
“The huge number of administration is based on three things, my fame, the beautiful edifice, and the quality of teachers,” he said.
The post I can’t be counted among Ghana’s richest entertainers – Lilwin appeared first on GhBase•com™.