Moving out from TV3 has completely changed my life- Nana Aba Anamoah

Moving out from TV3 has completely changed my life- Nana Aba Anamoah

Award-winning media personality and TV host, Nana Aba Anamoah, has disclosed that her exit from the TV3 network has changed her life.

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According to her, leaving the channel despite the circumstances, opened up a new path for her life and changed the way she “looked at things."

Leaving TV3 changed my life

Nana Aba Anamoah

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Nana Aba was speaking in an interview on Empire FM, when she said the events that led to the end of the working relationship with TV3 two years ago, worked greatly in her favor.

She believed that God put her in a situation so that she could move on.

It would be recalled that two years ago, Nana Aba was suspended by the TV3 network following a Twitter prank that went wrong, where there were allegations of image theft against her.

Nana Aba who currently hosts State of Affairs on EIB network’s GHOne channel, has risen to the ranks of the most influential media personalities in Ghana.

Nana Aba swept three awards at this year’s Radio and Television Personality Awards this year, taking home the big winner for Media Personality of the year.

The EIB network also took home big wins with 15 awards, including Media Group of the year, TV station of the Year and TV entertainment show if the year.

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