- Veep hosts Abraham Attah at Flagstaff House.
- The young actor played the lead male role in the movie “Best Male Lead” which has won him lots of awards so far.
- Vice President, Amissah-Arthur praised Attah for being a fine ambassador of Ghana.
Ghana’s sensational budding actor, Abraham Attah was hosted by vice president Kwesi Bekoe Amissah-Arthur at the Flagstaff House in Accra Friday.
The international award winning Ghanaian actor has been in the news for very good and bad reasons alike.
The 15-year-old, who returned to Ghana Friday morning after a week stay in the United States where he attended the 2016 Oscars and also presented an award was driven to the Flagstaff House where he had a chat with the vice president.
Attah played a lead role in his debut movie ‘Beats of No Nation’ and has since won three awards, his third award at the 2016 Independent Spirit Awards as “Best Male Lead”.
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He also took the Marcello Mastroianni Award for Best Young Actor at Venice Film Festival 2015 followed by “Rising Star Award” at the Black Film Critis Circle (BFCC).
Attah had in hand, his Independent Spirit Award statuette at the presidential residence as he was accompanied by his mother to meet the Vice-President.
The Vice President took to his Facebook to congratulate the youngster. He described the meeting with young Attah as pleasant and also thanked him for being a good ambassador of Ghana.