- Nana Aba Anamoah has donated some items to school children in Accra
- She said the thought of carrying out such charity work alone is a good thought
- The media personality has been accused of pimping girls to big men
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Popular media personality Nana Aba Anamoah has carried out charity work.
She has donated items to pupils in a school at Chantan in New Achimota, Accra.
Anamoah made this revelation in a post she shared on Instagram.
According to her, friends donated brand new shoes, clothes, slippers, and other useful materials.
She was thankful for her friends for their kindness, particularly mentioning Kwame A-Plus, whom, Anamoah said, drove her all the way to where she made the donation.
The photos have received massive reactions from fans with many applauding Nana Aba.
Abigail, for instance, prayed for God to bless Nana Aba:
abigailashley7: “Bless you .”
Kelsey said Nana Aba inspires her:
kelseyjennybel: “God bless you.You inspires me Sis .”
Kevin urged Nana Aba on:
bailileykevin: “Keep giving back don’t stop I see over here in the states, From : Get Meeeee Get Me!.”
Bismarck also prayed for Nana Aba:
klasebismark: “Nice these are ways to give back to society la. God bless your efforts.”
Family also termed Nana Aba’s effort as “step in the right direction”:
familychildassociates: “Great step in the right direction.”
There are many other comments showing how fans admired Nana Aba’s efforts.
The news anchor has been in the news recently following accusations that she has been pimping girls to big men.
The allegation was first levelled against her by Kennedy Agyapong, who claimed that Nana Aba was linking young girls to big men to sleep with them for money.
Others have also made similar accusations.
YEN.com.gh, however, cannot verify these allegations.
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