GhPageEntertainment'I wanted to be a custom officer'—Maame Serwaa Revealed Her Dream Career

‘I wanted to be a custom officer’—Maame Serwaa Revealed Her Dream Career

- Advertisement - recently published a story about the second richest Ghanaian child actress Clara Benson, better known by her screen name, Maame Serwaa who spoke about the outcome of her result in the 2017 May/June WASSCE.

The young actress disclosed that her lowest WASSCE grade is C6 amidst speculations that the young actress had failed miserably.

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“Everything went on well [with my WASSCE] and I thank God Almighty for everything…even my least grade was C6.” she revealed.

This wasn’t the first time, Clara’s results had become a concern for the public. A similar thing occurred when she completed JHS. Many concluded she had failed woefully since she is seen in movies every now and then and doesn’t have time for her books.

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Maame, speaking on Tv3’s Newsday program, and as monitored by was pleased with her grades and has revealed that her dream was to become a ‘customs officer’

It was very shocking to hear the actress confessing a dream career which is not in line with acting.

“Yes… a customs officer. If God permits and wants me to pursue that career, I will.” she said when asked.

Maame Serwaa also revealed that she’s started dating now but that she’d rather keep that private.

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She was one of the 289,207 final-year public and private Senior High School (SHS) candidates who sat for this year’s West African Senior School Certificate Examination (WASSCE).

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