- Abraham Attah has shared some new photos of himself following gaining admission into Tufts University in America
- He was seen beaming with smiles in the black and white themed photos
- The actor announced months back that he had gained admission into the university with a post on Instagram
- The Ghanaian actor rose to fame after he starred alongside Idris Elba in Beast Of No Nation film
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Multiple award-winning Ghanaian actor, Abraham Attah, has shared new photos of himself following his entrance into America's Tufts University in Massachusetts.
In the new photos sighted by YEN.com.gh, the Beast Of No Nation star was seen standing inside what looked like the living room of a huge building
The Spiderman: Homecoming cast was seen wearing a long-sleeved jeans shirt over a pair of black jeans and complemented his look with a pair of sneakers.
He sported his dreadlocked hairstyle as he coyly posed for the camera to crystallize that moment in time.
It appeared Abraham was shying away from the camera as one of the photos appeared to have been taking while he was walking away.
The photos have gained massive reactions, however, Attah turned off the comments section depriving his many friends, colleagues and fans of sharing their opinions over the photos.
It would be recalled that Abraham Attah took to his official social media pages to break the news of gaining admission to Tufts University to his teeming followers.
He revealed that he was looking forward to furthering his education and also his sports career at the next level.
Abraham Attah went on to thank all those who played a role to help him chalk this feat including his coaches, colleagues, and friends.
Speaking of young Ghanaians living the dream, YEN.com.gh earlier reported that Yaw Tog, the current holder of the Hip Hop song of the Year award at the recent Vodafone Music Awards, has indicated that he was the one who made UK star Stormzy more popular in Ghana.
While speaking in an interview with MzGee on TV3, the Sore hitmaker said he made Stormzy more popular in Ghana because many people did not know him.
"He made me more popular in this market. I made him more popular here too because people didn't know Stormzy in Ghana here", Yaw Tog said.
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Source: Yen Newspaper