In 1991 the family moved to Takoradi when his father got an appointment with Cocoa Processing Company (Taksi). In Takoradi, he started his primary school at Services Primary school, but due to his over attachment to friends his father moved him to boarding school; Rev John Teye Memorial School for class two primary education.
In 1992 his father took up another appointment with VRA and the family moved once more to Akosombo and this enabled Maxwell enjoyed some stability by continuing his basic education through to Junior Secondary School in Akosombo International School.
During this period of stability, Maxwell flourished taking up interest in the Arts in the form of Dancing, Acting and Acrobatics.
He was a lead performer in the Children’s Television show “Kokroko” which was hosted by Madame Otiko Djaba now the Minister for Gender and Social Protection.
It is also during this period he developed his love for sports partaking in swimming, volley, and football. He, however, got injured playing football and it took his interest from the sport for a while.
After his Basic level of Education, he gained admission to St John’s Senior Secondary School in Sekondi for his Senior Secondary School Education.
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