Veteran actor Nii Saka Brown is now a man of God, several years after he went missing in Ghana’s movie industry.
According to NEWS-ONE's investigations, the 'Babina' actor has given his life to Jesus Christ and is also committed to winning souls for God's Kingdom.
He confirmed the claim on Monday, revealing he got ordained together with his wife of many years.
“One shall put a thousand to flee and two shall put ten thousands to flee. My wife and I were ordained as pastors yesterday at The Pleasant Place Church, by Bishop Titi Offei. Responding to the high calling of God,” he said on Facebook.
He joins the list of popular figures in the movie industry who have somewhat put their careers on hold to serve God.
Nii ‒ who starred in a number of movies like 'Otoolege', 'Ogyam', 'Asew Red Card', 'Landlady', 'London Get Problem' and other TV series like 'Fon Shop'‒ is recognised as one of Ghana’s talented veteran actors. His comic display in the movies is exhilarating.
He was born at Korle-Gonno, a suburb of Accra, and started his primary education at the Korle-Gonno Roman Boys' School and advanced to Emit Electronic Institute, Accra Technical Training Centre and pursued computer hardware engineering at Computer College of Technology for three years.
He also worked with two South African companies for 10 years after his postgraduate in entrepreneurship at the Entrepreneur Training Institute.
He began acting in 1986 in a movie titled 'Shoe Shine Boy', and he has since featured in a number of movies. It is not clear if his new calling means he is finally saying goodbye to the movie industry.
By Francis Addo