- Agu and Strika of 'Beasts of No Nation' fame have been spotted having fun in a pool
- Strika is reported to have claimed that Agu had forgotten him after he travelled outside the country
- The video has quashed all the rumors indicating a rift between the two stars
YEN.com.gh has sighted a video of Abraham Attah and Emmanuel Quaye having fun in a swimming pool days after the latter's story took over the media in which it was reported that he had now become a beggar.
The video showed the 'Beast of No Nation' stars having fun with some friends in a swimming pool. Emmanuel Quaye, better known as Strika, was seen in a self-recorded video showing off his swimming skills.
Abraham Attah later jumped into the pool and playfully tried to hit Strika with a floater. His move caused some turbulence in the pool.
Strika, who as the least perturbed by Abraham Attah's action only dodged the threats and hooted at his colleague for trying to disrupt his moment.
The video follows reports which sought to indicate that Strika and Agu (Abraham Attah) were a loggerheads with each other.
Their seeming happy time, has come to quash the reports and has thrown more light on the strong bond the two actors share.
Not too long ago, YEN.com.gh reported that Strika had been spotted on the streets of Accra after he had allegedly ran away from a Montessori school he had been enrolled in.
According to Emmanuel Adom Quaye, he was following up on the $30,000 he had made after starring in 'Beasts of No Nation', which he claimed had been locked by by some people.
However, management of the actor, in a press release revealed that the 1% profit made by the actor after starring in 'Beast of No Nation', was still intact and that he only needed an ID card to access the money since he had turned 18 years.
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The press release from the management known as MK Content, also debunked certain statements made by the actor after he was discovered on the streets of Accra.
Strika said he left the school in Cape Coast and returned to Accra because have lived in Accra all his life and he never found living in Cape Coast comforting.
He also said he realized he couldn’t grasp anything he was being taught in school and so he concluded that he would relocate to Accra to learn a trade and start a business with his money.
The headmaster of the Cape Coast Montessori School in which Strika had been enrolled into following the completion of the 'Beasts of No Nation' project alleged that the teen actor was a 'wee smoker'.
In a related development, YEN.com.gh, reported the story of another young 'Beasts of No Nation' star, Emmanuel Afadzi, who was making a name for himself and had already landed another juicy movie deal with a top German film maker.
Strika himself made all the claims in an interview with GHONE Newsroom on Monday, August 20, 2018, monitored by YEN.com.gh.
On how he managed to land the role in 'Beasts of No Nation', Strika indicated that he together with Abraham Attah and a few others were recruited from the streets and went through two auditions before being selected for their roles.
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