Ghanaian actor who rose to fame with the thrilling war classic film

The 16-year-old actor in a recent interview with Live 91.9 FM revealed his plans regarding his recent political position saying he has planned to visit various schools, entertain the students and spend the night with the students in their dormitories.

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“I was thinking about going to the schools and spending a night with them and entertain them.”

Asked about his reaction when he heard he had been named ambassador for free education, the award-winning actor said he was cool with it. He further admitted that although he has been speaking publicly for quite some time he felt very nervous when it comes to public speaking.

“I was shy about going to schools standing in front of them. I’ve been doing it for a long time but I still feel a little nervous.”

The “Spider-Man: Homecoming” actor was appointed the free education policy ambassador after supporting the policy with a picture endorsement.