- Afia Schwar has taken a swipe at Multimedia over Nana Yaa Brefo's resignation
- According to her, Multimedia planned with Yaa Brefo to ask Nana Ama McBrown an uncomfortable question during a discussion about the late Bishop Nyarko
- She then exposed their hidden agenda
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Controversial on-air personality, Afia Schwar, has taken Multimedia Group Limited to the cleaners over the resignation of Nana Yaa Brefo.
As earlier reported by YEN.com.gh, Yaa Brefo, a co-host of Adom TV's Badwam morning show, announced her resignation from Multimedia on Saturday, May 16, 2020.
In her announcement on her Instagram page, Yaa Brefo thanked the company for the 10 years given her to work with Adom TV and Adom FM.
While she did not reveal the reasons for her resignation or her next move, many linked her decision to the recent interview she had with Nana Ama McBrown about the late Bishop Bernard Nyarko.
In the said interview, Yaa Brefo 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, Afia Schwar has released a video revealing the real reason behind Yaa Brefo's resignation from the firm.
According to her, Multimedia reportedly planned with their presenters to be asking ‘stupid and senseless’ questions which can make their stations trend.
She claimed that it was planned for Yaa Brefo to ask Nana Ama McBrown uncomfortable questions so that the TV station will trend.
Watch the video below:
Afia Schwar, in stressing on her point, said if indeed Adom TV didn’t plan those questions with Yaa Brefo, they could have cut off the program or go for a commercial and call her to order before continuing the show.
She then said Yaa Brefo was forced to apologize which she refused to do because she doesn’t see the reason why something would be planned with her only for Multimedia to now be pushing the blame on her.
Meanwhile, McBrown herself has dropped what many have described as a subtle reaction to the resignation of Nana Yaa.
McBrown made this known during her United Showbiz show on UTV.
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