Nana Aba shares photo to remember her late father Kwesi Anamoah

Nana Aba shares photo to remember her late father Kwesi Anamoah

- Nana Aba Anamoah has remembered her late father, Kwesi Anamoah, on his birthday

- In a post on social media, Nana Aba described her father as 'abrofosemhene'

- The late Mr Anamoah passed away about five years ago

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GHOne TV presenter Nana Aba Anamoah has remembered her late father, Kwesi Anamoah, in a post on social media.

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Nana Aba lost her father, a former broadcaster with Ghana Broadcasting Corporation (GBC), a few years ago.

Mr Anamoah passed away right around the time Nana Aba's 'Old Trafford photo' saga which eventually got her to leave TV3 broke.

In one of her interviews about the matter, Nana Aba indicated that she failed to react to the scandal early enough because her father had died around the time.

Laid to rest in November 2015 with a funeral which saw the likes of former President J.J. Rawlings attending, it has been almost five years since his passing.

But Nana Aba still remembers him very much and has decided to celebrate him on his birthday today, March 13.

In a post on Instagram, sent a shoutout to her father saying he will always be in her heart. Nana Aba also described her father as "aborofosemhene" which literally translates as "King of English matters."

Following her post, many of her fans took the comment section to past various remarks, especially, about the photo.

Nana Aba's pot has come just a few after she and other friends joined her mentee, Serwaa Amihere, to celebrate her birthday.

As earlier reported by YEN.com.gh, Serwaa turned 30 years on March 8, 2020, and had a lovely party to climax her celebrations.

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