- Actor Waakye has graduated from Bible school in grand style
- The actor was seen wearing a graduation gown as he beamed with smile following his accomplishment
- Aside acting, Waakye is noted to be a staunch supporter of the ruling New Patriotic Party
Award-winning veteran Ghanaian actor Waakye known in real life as Prince Yawson has been spotted in photos which come with the story that he has graduated from Bible school.
The actor, in the photos sighted by YEN.com.gh, was seen beaming with smiles as he appeared very happy and satisfied with his recent spiritual and academic achievement.
Reports have it that the comic actor graduated with a Bachelor’s Degree in Theology from My Life Theology University in Accra.
Speaking in an interview, Waakye said part of the reason he decided to enroll in a Bible school was because he had received a lot of words and direction in that light.
According to him, several men of God told him in times past that he was going to do the work of God in future.
Therefore he got into the Bible School to pursue his calling as a preacher which was a long time coming, as he claimed.
Aside from his desire to work for God and the countless movies he has starred in, Waakye in known to be a staunch supporter of the ruling government, New Patriotic Party.
He has been spotted on a number of campaign trails canvassing for votes for the NPP even when he was not feeling well.
In another piece of amazing news about accomplishments, YEN.com.gh earlier reported that the current Member of Parliament-elect for Madina Constituency, Lawyer Francis-Xavier Sosu has shared his inspiring story of how he scaled over hurdles in life.
In a new video sighted by YEN.com.gh on Instagram, the new entrant into parliament, recounted how he had to struggle through life while squatting at the Malata Market in Accra.
He revealed how he had to push trucks and "sell everything sellable" just to be able to get some money to get by in life.
According to the NDC MP for Madina, even when he was elected as the Boys' Prefect of St John's Grammar Senior High School, he had to walk for miles to beg for money to be able to get to school.
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