- Nana Adabor Ibrahim Isaah Ampim aka Hon. Aponkye, has been videoed in tears of joy
- This followed a day out with Nana Aba Anamoah which had Aponkye receive special grooming at a barbering shop
- Hon. Aponkye expressed immeasurable gratitude to Nana Aba for spending time with him among other things
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An emotional video has emerged of a grateful Nana Adabor Ibrahim Isaah Ampim, who has become famed as Hon. Aponkye owing to his association with Ghanaian media personality, Nana Aba Anamoah.
Hon. Aponkye became popular during his campaign as an aspiring Assembly Member for Adukrom Nima Electoral Area in the Ashanti Region, during which he granted several interviews on radio and television programmes.
His interview with Nana Aba Anamoah gave him an online reach, becoming an online sensation.
Despite losing the election, the aspiring politician turned comedian, has since been hanging out with Nana Aba and her colleague broadcaster, Serwaa Amihere.
YEN.com.gh previously reported that Hon. Aponkye was spotted chilling with Nana Aba Anamoah and Serwaa Amihere in a new video, dancing and gyrating to a song at a party.
The latest is a video of Hon. Aponkye in tears after Nana Aba treated him to a special pedicure and manicure at a barbering shop and also gifted him GHC500.
After their hang out, a grateful Aponkye who was overwhelmed with emotions could not hold back his tears and could hardly utter any more words while he expressed appreciation to Nana Aba.
Hon. Aponkye noted he remains to Nana Aba, who has been helpful before, during his campaign and after losing the election as assemblyman aspirant.
The video shows Aponkye in tears, thanking Nana Aba for greatly impacting his life.
Watch video below:
In other stories, YEN.com.gh reported that Kertisha Brabson would be counting her blessing each day following a near-death experience after being in a coma for seven months.
31-year-old Brabson would not be alive today if it wasn’t for her mother who never lost hope that she would wake up again.
Her mother, Kertease Williams, brought her to the hospital in September 2018 when she noticed something wrong with her.
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