Abraham Attah Gets Special Tuition When He Travels

Abraham Attah gets special tuition when he travels outside Ghana for press tours, or to attend movie awards ceremonies according to local media report.

Abraham Attah who gained international prominence after playing the role of Agu in Beast of No Nation has been traveling in and out of Ghana frequently for major international awards either in the US or UK and many have asked about his school’s schedules.

But speaking on a local radio station in Accra, Mawuko Kuadzi, Casting Director of MK Casting has said: ‘He is taught by someone whenever he is away, so the travels don't affect his education’.

Meanwhile, the talented child actor has been moved from his public school at Ashaiman to a boarding school in order to get a better education. He disclosed during his arrival at the Kotoka International Airport from the US that there are plans for him to school abroad soon.

In December 2015, Cary Fukunaga, director of Abraham Attah’s breakthrough movie ‘Beast of No Nation’ told Business Insider in an interview, Ted Sarandos, Netflix’s Chief Content Officer, had promised to foot Attah’s educational bills through to senior year of high school.

So far, Abraham Attah has won three major awards: 2016 Independent Spirit Award for ‘Best Male Lead’, Marcello Mastroianni Award for Best Young Actor at Venice Film Festival 2015 and ‘Rising Star Award’ at the Black Fim Critics Circle (BFCC).

He will feature alongside Anne Hathaway, Keanu Reeves, and Daniel Radcliffe in an adventure drama ‘The Modern Ocean’.

Last modified on Wednesday, 09 March 2016 14:00
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