Making the list of actors who along the line ventured into the establishment of citadels can’t be complete without making reference to actor Kwaku Manu of Kumawood fame. But unfortunately for the loud-mouthed comic actor, his school – Kwaku Manu Educational Complex – couldn’t stand the test of time, therefore, he has a lot of experience when it comes to school management and administration.
So it’s in the light of Kwaku’s experience in terms of school establishment and development that he has dished out some priceless advice to his colleague and ‘brother’ Kwadwo Nkansah Lilwin, who recently opened his own school dubbed “Great Minds International School” located at Ahenkro in the Ashanti region.
Kwaku Manu otherwise known as Bob Siga in an interview with the ‘Uncut’ crew led by Zionfelix stated that the decision by Lilwin to establish a school is laudable which needs to be applauded but a lot of things need to be done to ensure that the school will continue to be operational.
Even though many people will perceive him as a prophet of doom, Kwaku Manu explained that the management of the school is one thing his brother should not take for granted once he has plans to see his school flourish. Kwaku added that teachers, cooks, and even the driver of the school can mastermind the collapse of the school if care is not taken.
He further revealed that the location one decides to put up a school is also a key factor that may lead to the development and enhancement of the school. Areas like East Legon in Accra and Ahodwo Daban in Kumasi were pointed out by him as locations that will help people, especially celebrities who have plans of putting up schools but not remote areas like Ahenkro where Lilwin his his school.
Asked if he has relayed all these very crucial information to Lilwin, Bob Siga stated that he has been in constant touch with him and the manager of the school. When questioned if he will be surprised to hear that Lilwin has closed his school, Kwaku Manu replied no. Regardless time will tell everything better.