Management of Stryka Responds To His Claims In An Interview After He Was Seen Begging On The Streets

The management of Emmanuel Adom Quaye, popularly known as Strika of Beasts of No Nation fame issued a press release yesterday debunking claims of Strika in an interview after he was seen on the streets begging.

see also: Stryka of Beasts Of No Nation Fame Reportedly Seen Begging On The Streets

The press release was signed by Mawuko Kuadzi, the CEO of MK Content.

Below are the 5 statements released by MK Content:

  1. Emmanuel is not a street beggar as reported We have been looking for him after he ran away from his school at Cape Coast Montessori and his phone was with his guardian. He has a fully paid apartment in Cape Coast where his other co-actor Justice lives with him and his guardian. He has an allowance and is studying in a private school fully paid by the producers of Beasts of No Nation with contribution from Netflix.
  2. He made 1% of the profit from the film which is $30,000 USD. His money is not in custody of Zoey, Kofi or Danny as he stated. The money has been put in a Trust Fund in his name at Barclays Bank, Now that he is 18 years, he needs a valid ID to access the money.
  3. He mentioned in an interview he was paid GHc10,000 for a short film he did called “Jungle Justice” produced by Regina Van Helvert of Gh One. He meant to say it in the old currency; which is ten million currently GHc 1,000. Part of the money was used to buy a suit, white shirt, tie and a pair of shoes for him for Teen Choice Awards 2016, and rest was used to buy things for him for school.
  4. He still has a good relationship with Abraham Attah.
  5. We currently have him and we will continue to focus on his well-being and work with him.

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