He explained that this was because of financial challenges.
In an interview with Deloris Frimpong Manso on the “Delay Show”, the actor said there was no money for him to continue school.
“I dropped out in primary 2 because my parents were unable to finance my education,” he said.
He also disclosed that life at a point became so difficult that he had to beg and sell “polythene bag” to survive.
"I have to go and sell a polythene bag for my family to survive sometimes I go to town with 3 blind people to beg on the road to cater for my mother and sibling," he continued.
Sumsum has featured in movies like Bosom Ba, Handsome Paddies, Good Morning, Ogya Sunsum, Abr) Ne Bayie and many more.
Sunsum, who had received unpalatable comments at the early stages of his career because of his scarred face, has now become one of the most expensive actors speaking Akan language in movie scenes.
I was slapped because of my looks - Sumsum reveals