Father of Nana Aba Anamoah's explains his story in first radio interview

Father of Nana Aba Anamoah's explains his story in first radio interview

- Nana Aba Anamoah's baby daddy, Richard Brown has denied assertions that he is an irresponsible father who abandoned his son for over 17 years

- According to Brown, also known as Osebo, he had been catering for their son until a time when Nana Aba decided to blacklist him because he could not pay her tuition fees for a school she was attending in London

- Brown stated that all his efforts to try to reach out to his son have been blocked by Nana Aba and even he has gifts to give to his son, he does so through third parties who pretend to have bought the gifts themselves

YEN.com.gh has come across an audio recording of Richard Brown aka 'Osebo', the father of Nana Aba Anamoah's son in which he addresses questions concerning his claim that he is the boy's father.

In the audio recorded during his first radio interview on the matter, Osebo is heard revealing to CJ, host of Accra FM's morning show, that contrary to reports that he neglected his son all this while, he was rather barred from seeing the boy.

According to Osebo, Nana Aba Anamoah forbade him from seeing his son because he refused to give her money to pay her tuition fees in the UK years ago at a time the boy's school fees was still unpaid.

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His decision to pay the boy's fees and postpone that of Nana Aba to the next week infuriated her and she asked him not to contact her or the son again.

Since that time, he has had to even give gifts to the son through others pretending they bought it before Nana Aba allows the son to accept them.

Osebo's explanation comes after he suffered backlash following a Facebook post claiming to love Paa Kow as Nana Aba's son is known.

His claim social media debate as many Ghanaians who knew Nana Aba as a single mother blasted him for abandoning his son for over 17 years and coming to pretend now that he loved him. Some even described him as irresponsible.

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Responding to critics, Osebo pointed that he was not a poor man who could not cater for his child as being speculated but it was Nana Aba Anamoah’s arrogance and disrespect for him drove him away.

Recounting the numerous that he got blocked after making contact with his son, Osebo retorted, "If the child's mother does not want me to speak to them, should I kill myself?"

On rumours that he denied the pregnancy when it first came up, Osebo explained that he only got to know of the pregnancy when it was about six months old and he returned to Italy three days after Nana Aba and her parents came to tell him.

Though he could not understand why Nana Aba failed to inform him until six months after, he accepted the pregnancy and made efforts to see Nana Aba and the boy after she gave birth.

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Something [which he said he could not disclose on radio] came up and there was a break in communication. After some time, he [Osebo] was impressed upon by his family and pastor to make contact which he did and they were cool until Nana Aba decided to blacklist him.

For him, it was therefore wrong for anybody to tag him as irresponsible adding that Nana Aba even changed the boy's name from Dodi to Paa Kow without telling him.

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Osebo's latest claims, if true, exposes Nana Aba Anamoah to much scrutiny as she has often portrayed herself as someone who has had little or no support in aising her kid.

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In fact, she is on record to have stated some time in 2016 that she had not spoken to Paa Kow's father.

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