- Nana Aba Anamoah has dazed social media users with new photo
- In the photo, Nana Aba was seen dressed like a teenager
- Top celebrities have reacted after seeing Nana Aba’s latest photo
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On-air personality Nana Aba Anamoah has set tongues wagging on social media with her latest activity.
Nana Aba has shared a beautiful photo of herself on her official Instagram handle.
In the photo sighted by YEN.com.gh, the award-winning broadcaster was seen dressed like a teenager.
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She was wearing a nice top and short black leggings, displaying her fine legs and thighs.
Nana Aba complemented her beautiful looks with a nice hairstyle.
As expected, the photo has gathered momentum as her colleague celebrities like, Moesha Boduong and Emelia Brobbery couldn’t keep their calm.
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@moeshaboduong commented: “Sweet 16.”
@emeliabrobbey admired Nana Aba’s beauty: “Beautiful.”
Nana Aba’s fans were not left out as they extended their compliments to her.
@wilsonindexz: “Gorgeous... Confidence.”
@akuaa.aaaa: “My role model my love.”
@trap_dawg11: “I love this woman.”
@dhe_hairport: “Such beauty.”
@nana_yhaa_serwaa: “Beautiful mumcy.”
See the photo below:
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Earlier, YEN.com.gh reported how Nana Aba got her followers on social media talking after sharing new photos.
In the photos, Nana Aba was seen rocking a beautiful black dress with a beautiful bag dangling on her left hand.
While Nana Aba looked beautiful by all standards, she seemed concerned about her stomach which she thinks appears bloated.
In a funny caption for the photos, Nana Aba wrote a letter to her 'stomach' to stop embarrassing itself.
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