- Images of a young man with telling resemblance of Nana Aba Anamoah have emerged online
- The young man with Twitter handle name @cabumonline shared a photo of himself and the TV personality to find out whether or not she thought they look alike
- @cabumonline's tweep has since generated thousands of reactions and tons of messages
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Recent images of a young man with a striking resemblance to renowned on-air personality Nana Aba Anamoah have generated buzz on social media.
The young man, with Twitter handle @cabumonline, shared a two variance photo collage of himself and Nana Aba Anamoah to inquire from the TV personality whether or not she thought they look alike.
''@thenanaaba they say I look like u, is it true? #ProveThemWrong,'' @cabumonline said in a post on Twitter.
Nana Aba Anamoah, who recently made headlines after she gained admission into Harvard University in the United States to further her studies retweeted the post along with a caption: ''You’re a prettier version of me ❤️.''
The two images of Nana Aba and the young man placed side-by-side have garnered over 2,000 likes and tons of comments after she retweeted.
While some followers of the on-screen 'goddess' thought the young man has some features that resembles her, others thought they are actually twins.
''Of course you guys really look alike,'' @sumaila said in response.
@iamAmaBlue affirmed with a simple reaction. ''Is true mmom.''
@WantedTmw said: ''If u take away the kooko(pile) in front of her nose de3 a mo s3 paaaa.''
''Especially ur eyes,'' @ArmstrongNanaA1 observed.
In other stories, YEN.com.gh previously reported that with 6A’s, 1B and a C, from the West Africa Senior Secondary Certificate Examinations, Mavis Ayamdo Awinbota, certainly defied herculean odds to attain such a remarkable feat considering her family background.
Despite being born into an economically disadvantaged family, Mavis Ayamdo Awinbota, combined a horse-like life with her books and a leadership role to earn results that placed her among a quarter of 6As the St Joseph Seminary at Asante Mampong produced in 2019.
However, the future for the Art student looks uncertain because she can’t afford to go back to school owing to visible financial setbacks.
On a busy street at Adabraka in Accra, Mavis is among bakers who knead dough meant for the next day’s bread. Her job requires hours, most of it, on the feet but her hard work only earns her GHC 60 weekly and a plate of lunch daily.
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