How I Was Nearly Killed 6 Times In 4 Months – Van Vicker

Ghanaian Actor, Van Vicker has revealed that he was almost killed in Liberia numerous times before he relocated to Ghana.

 

Vicker, speaking on GTV’s Breakfast show, opened up about a scary time in his life before moving to safety in Ghana.

 

He said that around 1990/91, when he was about 13/14 his family was staying in Liberia, where his mother partially hails from and it was also around the time of the Liberian Civil War.

 

Recounting the horror, Vicker says he remembers nearly being killed at least six times within a short four-month period.

How I Was Nearly Killed 6 Times In 4 Months - Van Vicker
How I Was Nearly Killed 6 Times In 4 Months – Van Vicker

Those incidents convinced his mother to finally relocate to Ghana.

 

 


Vicker was relating his experiences to the ongoing takeover of Afghanistan by the Taliban.

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“I always get confused whether it was 90 or 91, for some reason, I always get it mixed up but either way, I should be right one way or the other. I think it was in 1991 November when we escaped from the war in Liberia and when I say, I use the war to invoke some kind of resilience and I count my blessings, it just means that within a span of about just three-four months, I almost got killed about six times.

 

“So, for me, when I see things like what is happening in Afghanistan, it just brings back those memories, gets me very sentimental, and I just count my blessings every day,” he said.

 

His mother moving to Ghana due to the Liberian unrest appears to have been the best decision she ever took.

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Van Vicker recently graduates from university after 24 years. The movie star says his mother’s inability to fund his education prevented him from enrolling into school.

 

 


Dressed in a graduation robe, the movie star revealed via his Instagram page that while his mates were enrolling to go to the university in 1997, his single mother couldn’t afford to send him to school.

Van Vicker finally graduates from university after 24 years

“21years later, here I stand before you with 3 achievements during my graduation; to God be the Glory.

 

1. 1st class honors.

2. Best Student in Strategic communication.

3. Best Communication Student Award,” he wrote.

 

“The above is within the context of my 2021 post on social media and is in no way presumptuous but uprightly to inspire – I could not enroll at a tertiary institution in 1997 because my single mother did not have the funds. If free SHS was available back in the day, most likely I would have graduated in 2000/2001.”

 

“My career took off and I have been blessed but as someone who relishes education getting that degree was just a matter of time. I complete my Masters program this December and I am sorely motivated and committed to go even beyond, God willing. I thank all those who supported me and is supporting me during this journey. #educational #theyounggodfather.”

 

Vicker, is a Ghanaian actor, movie director and humanitarian. He started off his career as an OAP in Ghana before making his debut in the Ghanaian television series Sun city, which depicted university life.

 

He later went on to become one of the prominent faces in the Ghanaian movie industry. He made his Nollywood debut a few years later.

 

 


He has worked with Nollywood stars like Tonto Dikeh, Mercy Johnson, Stephanie Okereke, Chika Ike and Jim Iyke.

 

His Nollywood movies include; My Soul Mate, Heart of Fire, Popular King, Gambling with Marriage, Harvest of Love, Stolen Will, The Joy of a Prince, Discovered, The Kingdom and Against the law.

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