- Strika, in a video, was spotted seated on the floor panting heavily after being on set with Ras Nene shooting a skit
- Crew members commended Strika for the effort and commitment he put into the shoot and asked him to keep it up
- Strika has joined Ras Nene and his crew to get his life back on track after facing many hurdles in his life
Ghanaian actor Strika of Beast Of No Nation fame was captured on set, alongside Ras Nene in a video, visibly exhausted after the shoot.
Seated on the floor, he panted heavily, showing the tremendous effort he invested in shooting a skit with the renowned comedian.
The crew, recognising Strika's commitment to his craft, showered him with commendations. They applauded his dedication and encouraged him to persevere in his personal and professional growth journey.
The Beast Of No Nation actor's presence on set has made many Ghanaians happy, as they hope the collaboration with Ras Nene will be a turning point in Strika's life.
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Having encountered numerous challenges in his private life, Strika has embarked on this new chapter to reclaim the name he made for himself back in 2015 when he was featured in the Hollywood film.
Strika gets encouraged by Ghanaians
Legit.ng gathered some reactions from social media users.
Nana Kojo said:
the guy be hard guy he make serious in life now
Dr likee, God bless you for giving opportunity to the hopeless
He can do it I believe you striker , God bless our hustle
is time around you guys should advice him so he will not chop money the dr likee will give him and he shld make good use of it
Dr Likee rescues Beast Of No Nations' Strika from the streets
Legit.ng earlier reported that Kumawood actor and skit maker Ras Nene, also known as Dr Likee, rescued young actor Emmanuel Nii Adom Quaye, popularly known as Strika.
Strika, who gained fame for his role in the Hollywood film Beast Of No Nation alongside Idris Elba and Abraham Attah, fell off the radar.
Unlike Atta, who took the opportunity and is now studying at Tufts University in the US, Strika is reported to have gotten himself entangled in substance abuse.