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I work fulltime at the British High Commission, comedy is just part-time: Clemento Suarez

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Clement Ashitey widely known as Clemento Suarez has opened up on his personal life after the celebration of his birthday and grabbing the EMY Award this past weekend.

Clemento Suarez has for the first time revealed that he works full time at the British High Commission and that all the comedies we see him in are just his part time job

He made this revelation on UTV’s McBrown’s kitchen, hosted by Nana Ama McBrown.
In an exclusive interview, he was asked: “Clemento, so aside the comedy and acting job, do you do any other job?”

“Yes, I do. The acting is just my part time job. I work at the British High commission full time.”
“You know the comedy in Ghana is now gaining recognition among Ghanaians so very soon, we will get to the height of the movie industry.”
The host, Mcbrown who was surprised further asked: “Eii, since when did you start working at the High commission, you that like fooling?”
“Oh Long time. I have been there for quiet sometime. You know the High Commission is opposite the Ghana Institute of Journalism [GIJ] University, so I do meet the students alot for advice and mentoring.”
Sometimes kraa, we eat gobe [beans] together so you can confirm from them,” he jokingly said.
Clemento suarez, this weekend was adjourdged the Man of the year; Entertainment man of the year at the just ended Exclusive Men of the Year [EMY] Africa awards 2020.

He had his primary education at Vichrist Parents’ School, Bethel Junior High School, and went on to Tema Secondary School. His tertiary education was at the school of Performing Arts at the University of Ghana in Legon where he graduated in 2010.
Our checks also confirmed that he truly works at the British High Commission. A former Ambassador to Ghana, Jon Benjamin congratulated him after winning the EMY Awards and confirming words to that. See it here.

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