- Ghanaian television newscaster Nana Aba Anamoah has released a video of Serwaa Amihere drinking gari soakings
- Serwaa was seen stirring the gari soakings with two spoons as Nana Aba Anamoah conversed with her
- Fans and social media users, after watching the video, expressed amazement at the rare video
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Popular Ghanaian television presenters Nana Aba Anamoah and Serwaa Amihere have got social media buzzing with a video of Serwaa drinking gari soakings.
In the video, Serwaa Amihere was seen stirring the gari soakings with two spoons, claiming that she had wanted to drink it with Nana Aba.
Nana Aba, however, refused to drink the gari soakings, telling Serwaa that it is because there is sugar in it.
After stirring the gari for a while, Serwaa Amihere began to drink it before the rather rare video ended.
Fans and social media users, after watching the video expressed their opinion and admiration for the two-screen goddesses:
@serwaaamihere responded to the video: " We’re on this weekend too. Thank you."
@thegariboutique expressed admiration for the gari soakings: "@mena_babies kweerrhh this one is Dadabee Soakings oo."
@mena_babies had this to say: "@mena_babies it needs your Harvard gari, herh your gari can do the most!"
@akosuasarpong33 praised the gari soakings: " Asikafo) gari ampa."
@boy_bleek commented: "Eeei sister Rosemond,you don't disappoint ."
Deducing from the comments, it is evident that fans are amazed at the fact that Serwaa Amihere is drinking gari soakings.
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