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Sandra Ababio Credits LilWin for Her Success in Kumawood

sandra ababio credits lilwin for her success in kumawood

Sandra Ababio and Lil Win

Lil Win’s Role in Sandra Ababio’s Growth in the Industry

In a recent interview on MzGee’s “United Showbiz,” Kumawood actress Sandra Ababio expressed her gratitude towards her colleague, LilWin, acknowledging his significant role in her growth within the industry.

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Sandra Ababio revealed that her entry into acting was influenced by her encounter with the renowned comedy actor. She credited LilWin for recognizing her potential and encouraging her to participate in several movies despite her initial lack of interest.

During the interview, Ababio reminisced about the early days of her acting career, stating, “I mean it is him because when I was supposed to go on set to shoot a movie, he [LilWin] calls me because I wasn’t too interested. So, it was his push and his encouragement that made me get to where I am. I used to stress him a lot before I made up my mind to shoot a movie. I mean, he played a very vital role.”

Furthermore, Ababio shared insights into her close bond with Lil Win, revealing that he was the only person she knew in the industry when she first started acting. This highlights the significant influence Lil Win had on her professional journey, acting as a mentor and guide during her early days in the entertainment world.



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Halm grew up in Takoradi, a city located in the Western Region of Ghana. He received his early education at Bethel Methodist Primary & J.H.S in Takoradi. For his higher education, he enrolled at Takoradi Technical University, where he successfully earned an HND in purchasing and supply.

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