- Nana Yaa Brefo has finally cleared the air over her resignation from Multimedia
- In an interview, she said Nana Ama McBrown had no hand in her resignation
- According to Nana Yaa, her decision to leave Multimedia was personal
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Renowned broadcaster, Nana Yaa Brefo, has opened up for the first time following her surprise resignation from Multimedia Group Limited.
As earlier reported by YEN.com.gh, Nana Yaa, a co-host of Adom TV's Badwam morning show, announced her resignation from Multimedia on Saturday, May 16, 2020.
Following Nana Yaa's resignation, many social media users linked it to her interview with Nana Ama McBrown which she received lots of backlash.
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In the said interview, Nana Yaa asked some questions which many social media users thought were unprofessional and unfair to McBrown.
For many of those who disagreed with Yaa Brefo's questions to McBrown, it was her behaviour and refusal to apologise to Mcbrown that brought the resignation.
Now, Nana Yaa in her first-ever interview monitored by YEN.com.gh on Kofi TV cleared the air relating to her resignation.
Watch the interview below
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According to her, McBrown had no hand in her resignation from the Accra-based media firm where she worked for 10 years.
She then said it was because of some personal reasons, stressing that most of her former colleagues who are still with the Multimedia Group Limited can attest to this.
Meanwhile, McBrown herself has dropped what many have described as a subtle reaction to the resignation of Nana Yaa.
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McBrown made this known during her United Showbiz show on UTV.
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