Yvonne Nelson’s Father Is Dead: Ghanaian Actress Loses Dad Oko Nelson On Monday

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Yvonne Nelson's Father Is Dead

January 25, 2017 – Yvonne Nelson’s Dad Is Dead: Ghanaian Actress Loses Father Oko Nelson On Monday

The actress reportedly lost her dad on Monday the 23rd of January 2017 at the age of 77.

According to sources in the know, Mr Oko Nelson lost his battle to a protracted illness around 6pm at a care center in Dansoman area of Accra.

Though the actress didn’t give much details about the unfortunate incident, she confirmed to Ghana Reporter that she lost her dad on Monday.

On why she didn’t share his photo on the social media, Yvonne Nelson said her dad wasn’t there for her when she was growing up.

5 thoughts on “Yvonne Nelson’s Father Is Dead: Ghanaian Actress Loses Dad Oko Nelson On Monday

  1. A MAN THAT NEVR TOOK CARE OF HIS DAUGHTER , WHY DO YOU PEO WANT HER TO TALK ABT HIM. DID D HOLY BIBLE NOT SAY A MAN WHO CAN NOT FEND FOR HIS IS WORSE THAN AN INFIDEL ???. LEAVE YVONNE ALONE ,LETD OTHER WOMAN IN HER FADA,S LIFE GO ND BURY D DEAD.

  2. yvonne, so you did not take my advice when you wrote about your father not taking care of you sometimes last year?i adviced you to make peace with your father and find out why he sepretated from you mother, even though he did wrong, why not forgive him and not mention this again, i was hoping that i will read one day that you have make peace with your father and see you in picture with him, but is unfortunate that you have lost him, he is dead, if realy you did not reconcile with him before he left this world, you will sometimes blame youself and regreat that you did not forgive him.
    Egberi mama, you need not to say so, whatever happens between a child and parent, we must forgive them, if they take care of you or not, dont forget to reconcile with them and take care of them when they grow old, with that God will bless you more and give you long life, rest in peace the old man.

  3. There are two sides to every story. The man never shared his side of the story so you lot would not know.

    I’m an individual who have had my 1st daughter now 13yrs torn away from me by her mother by the Courts in the UK after spending UKP30,000 on lawyers just to see my daughter once a month. The last I saw her was in 2008.

    I finally decided on that fateful day in 2010 on my last Court hearing either to contnue this path of fighting for belongs to me and in the process destroy myself emotionally, financially and if not worse do harm to myself or other people, or to take a cue from the Bible story of King Solomon and the 2 women fighting over a baby. I decided to follow the path of that woman in the Bible who knowing the baby really belongs to her decided to give t away to prevent its death through the dispute. On that day I walked out of the Court house with tears in my eyes I swore never to go into a Court house to fight over a child. The experience was traumatic and no one should go through it over his own blood and kin.

    Dd I walk away from my daughter. No, I didn’t. I think of her everyday and pray for her. I gave her the opportunity to live a normal life without strife. The mother might brainwash her and say all sort of things. But God knows how I fought. In snow, rain and wind just to be given the opportunity to see my daughter. She is my blood and I know one day just like the woman in the story of King Solomon my daughter would come back to me.

    So those saying things about Yvonne’s father. There are two sides to every story. Yvonne has been on media now and then saying these things over the years. The man has kept his dignity and respect. May He Rest in Peace!

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