After several attempts of getting Strika back on track proved futile and almost all hopes were lost, the “Beast of No Nation” star is back in the conversation and this time he is full of remorse.
It would be recalled that Caleb Nii Boye, formerly of Starr FM spotted Strika on the streets begging for alms in 2018. The journalist pulled him off the street and the controversies began unravelling.
Apparently, Strika went back to Accra from Cape Coast where he was enrolled in a Montessori school anytime his colleagues prepared for examination.
It was also found out that Strika had issues with management over his share of the proceeds from his debut movie.
Speaking to Caleb on Live FM in a recent interview, he admits to having made a big mistake in 2018 for skipping school. According to the actor, seeing pictures of his friend, Abraham Attah makes him realize his mistakes.
When asked why he could not stay in school, he said in Ga dialect “it may be spiritual… cos chale it’s not normal”
“Do you believe it’s spiritual?” Caleb cuts in to clarify. The young actor responded, “yes, of course.”
Nonetheless, Strika still has an interest in acting and says he would love to go back to school. He pleaded with Ghanaians who are willing to help him go back to school.
Emmanuel Nii Adom Quaye is popularly known as Strika after starring in the Netflix blockbuster “Beast of No Nation.” He played the role of a child soldier alongside Abraham Attah and Idris Elba.