Strika Is A Chronic Weed Smoker & Academically Weak Student – Manager of Cape Coast Montessori School

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The Chief Executive Officer of The Cape Coast Montessori School has made shocking revelations about young actor Emmanuel Nii Adom Quaye a.k.a Strika of ‘Beasts of No Nation’ fame who has been in the news lately for begging on the streets.

READ ALSO >>> Strika of “Beasts of No Nation” Has In A Way Failed Miserably In Life – Full Details

According to Kumi Bruce who happens to be the CEO of the Cape Coast Montessori School where Strika has been enrolled, the young actor is engaged in smoking marijuana and that’s a contributing factor to his current status in life which contradicts that of Abraham Attah.

 

Strika at Cape Coast Montessori School

 

He told Asaasewura Kwabena Santana on Elimina-based Benya FM that Strika who is class five pupil of the school has ran out of the school on several occasions, with the most recent one being the fourth time. Although he noted that Strika is calm, he said his wee-smoking attitude makes it difficult for the school authorities to control him.

“He keeps running away from school. He ran from school ahead of last term’s examination. The last time we found him was at ‘wee’ smokers ghetto, and he even asked us to give him ‘wee’ in one instance,” Mr Kumi Bruce told Asaasewura on ‘Celebrities Parliament’ show.

In the same interview, Mr Bruce further revealed that Strika is academically poor despite all the support services available at his disposal.

“Even though Strika is given extra tuition at school, but the truth is that he still has difficulty with his studies,” Mr Kumi revealed.

READ ALSO >>> Ideally I Didn’t Like School, I Want To Make It From The Streets – Strika

Asked if the school will be willing to take him back, the CEO replied that because he broke a bond of not running away from school again, the board of the school would have to meet to take a decision on his comeback.

 

Listen to interview below:

 

 

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