Yaw Dabo reveals he was a bad boy growing up

Yaw Dabo reveals he was a bad boy growing up

Popular Kumawood actor, Yaw Dabo, has revealed that he was a very bad boy growing up.

He indicated that he was known in his community to be a bad child and that the many complaints brought untold pain to his parents and the entire family.

Dabo made these revelations in a report sighted by YEN.com.gh on Zionfelix.net.

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He was silent on some of the bad things he actually did, and only mentioned that he was a truant, who also engaged in the affairs of ‘small boys and girls’.

Perhaps, one thing that Dabo has regretted most is his inability to climb higher the educational ladder.

According to him, his bad boy nature and truancy robbed him of his education and so he could not progress in academics.

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The Kumawood actor struggles to speak English fluently- an indication that he did not have even a proper basic education.

But Dabo said he was grateful to God for not neglecting him, and making him very successful.

The top actor recently revealed that he charges up to GHC10, 000 for some of the roles.

Dabo also trended in the news recently following reports that he sacked all players from his football team.

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