I wish I could go back to school – Lil Win

Kumawood actor and musician, Kwadwo Nkansah popularly known as ‘Lil Win’ is contemplating going back to school.

He revealed that, his education was truncated when he was in class six – but intends to continue his education.

“I am even learning now. If I could, I would go back to school. I didn’t complete JHS. I was always carrying the last position in class. Before the sun comes up for school, my heart usually starts to beat faster than usual…” he revealed.

Speaking in an interview with Andy Dosty on Daybreak Hitz on Hitz FM Friday, the ‘ladder’ hit maker revealed how he use to place last in class and had to dropout in class six.

“I stopped in class six. All the teachers knew that I was not performing so they sometimes sympathized with me to be promoted…” he expressed sadly.

The comic actor however advised guardians and parents to shun child labour and view education as a necessity for their children to excel in life.

According to Lil Win, he would have surpassed the level he is presently in the entertainment industry if he had ‘paid’ much attention to his education.

“There are a lot of kids in child labour. I want the parents to know school is an asset. They should let them go to school on time. People should go to school. It will really help…”

“Yes If I was educated, I would have surpassed the level I am now. Someone might finish Legon and be selling maize but that should not stop anyone. School can back you. Attached to your blessings you will go very far…” he advised.

Lil Win is currently promoting his program dubbed: “Our Day with Lil Win”, to spend a day with children on Saturday at the Tema Sports Stadium.

Popular artistes such as Yaa Pono, Eno, Dadie Opanka among other key people are expected to grace the event.