Akrobeto undeniably is one of the best actors we have seen exhibit enormous acting skills in the Kumawood film industry. He is a very good and a talented actor has pulled many crowds to know his name more and this has earned him more movie roles.
He started off his career from Key Soap Concert Party, where many showed their acting talents by stage performances, and this saw the likes of Agya Koo and Mercy Asiedu too who entertained Ghanaians before becoming renowned actresses and actors in the Kumawood movie industry. Akrobeto is known in real life as Akwasi Boadi and has starred in movies like "Back to School", "Fisherman" and "Unfruitful Years" and these are all movies produced in the Kumawood movie industry.
He is now a television host adding up to his movie career and host popular now in some parts of the world for hosting “Real News” on UTV. Below are Eight times Akrobeto has Posed With Different Celebrities that shows that he is love by all.
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