Beasts of No Nation actor Abraham Attah wows internet users with new transformation photos

Beasts of No Nation actor Abraham Attah wows internet users with new transformation photos

- Young Ghanaian actor, Abraham Attah, has left many in disbelief with his new photos

- The 18-year-old who is mostly known for his role as Agu in popular movie Beasts of No Nation is obviously doing well for himself

- In the photos posted on Instagram, Attah showed off his ripped body

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Becoming a celebrity is no doubt an opportunity that many people hope to have seeing as it can help transform their life from a regular person to someone who is sought after.

Despite this, not everyone is lucky to maintain their stardom or use the opportunity well to transform themselves. However, that is not the case with young Ghanaian movie star, Abraham Attah.

Attah is known mostly for his breakout role as Agu in Uzodinma Iweala’s movie, Beasts of No Nation. The young film star was opportune to star alongside Hollywood actor, Idris Elba in the movie and his life has obviously improved as a result.

Attah who as Agu was known to be a little boy at the Commandant (Idris Elba)’s beck and call now seems to have grown into a very handsome young man.

Beast of No Nation actor Abraham Attah wows internet users with new transformation photos

Abraham Attah as Agu alongside Commandant (Idris Elba) Photo: Hollywood Reporter
Source: UGC

The young actor shared a photo of his obviously toned body on his Instagram page and fans have been left in disbelief to see how well the chap has grown.

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See his post below:

This is definitely a glow up to remember. Lovely transformation.

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