Diabuah disclosed that he was particularly intrigued playing the role because he had always fantasised about being a ghost without dying.
In an exclusive chat with Pulse, Diabuah disclosed that he was particularly intrigued playing the role because he had always fantasised about being a ghost without dying.
"The most intriguing part of acting in Banana Island is playing the ghost in the movie. I'm a lover of fantasies, I grew up watching a lot of cartoons, mortal kombats and all sorts, and as a child, I have wanted to be many things including a ghost that doesn't have to die," he said.
Continuing, he said: "So the intriguing part for me is playing the role of this guy who dies and comes back to hellp someone else and in the process finds his own self. I'm a believer in second chances and I see that element in Banana Island Ghost.
"I think it will be a cool one for people to see me as a ghost in the movie industry or a cool nickname. It kind of creates this air of mystery around the person. I won't say I'm prepared for that because I believe no one is ever prepared for anything until it happens but I will say I am preparing myself to take on whatever comes with Banana Island as I know after this, there will be more for me to handle," he concluded.
Patrick Diabuah was popular for his roles in several Nigerian stage plays that include Trials of Brother Jero and Saro the Musical until he got himself a role in the series, Before 30.
Patrick stars alongside Chigul, Saidi Balogun, Kemi Lala Akindoju, Bimbo Manuel, Ali Nuhu and Uche Jombo in the movie, Banana Island Ghost.