- Nana Aba Anamoah & Asamoah Gyan have bashed the UK media house TheSun for a racist reportage against Thomas Partey
- TheSun had reported that Partey came from a 'poverty-stricken existence' in Ghana before rising to become a star at Arsenal
- Nana Aba & Gyan barefacedly rebuked the media house in the posts sighted by YEN.com.gh
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Some top Ghanaian personalities have been pouring their hearts out regarding an undeniably defamatory and racist report on Thomas Partey by the United Kingdom's TheSun.co.uk.
The UK Media reported that Thomas Partey enjoyed a massive welcome to Arsenal and went on to say that he had come a long way from a "poverty-stricken existence in Ghana".
The piercing unprofessional nature of the lede was toned down at the time YEN.com.gh filed this report as the existence the talented footballer has now been described as "humble".
Nana Aba Anamoah was one of the people who quickly noticed the deceit that was being churned out and bashed the UK media for their reportage.
In her own words:
The pain is very deep in that headline. You just hate to see foreigners come in at a high cost. You’re shameless eejits @thesunfootball
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Ghana's highest goal scorer of all time, Asamoah Gyan, was also highly displeased and descended heavily on TheSun.co.uk for their heart-wrenching words.
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Meanwhile, it was also reported by YEN.com.gh that Michael Owusu Afriyie, popularly known on social media and the traditional media space as Teacher Kwadwo, has caused a massive stir with two recent posts.
On October 5, 2020, Teacher Kwadwo released a beautiful photo of himself wearing a t-shirt branded with the campaign message of the National Democratic Congress (NDC).
He waited patiently for the post to gather massive reactions and some propaganda only to post on October 6, 2020, the next version of the photo which shows that there was NPP's campaign message behind the same shirt.
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