- Nana Aba Anamoah has shared a video of her plush hall
- She indicated in the caption of that post that her son said she walked like a duck
- She thus shared the video to ask her fans if she really walks that way
- The video shows Anamoah is enjoying real luxury with exotic furniture and others
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The acting managing director of GHone TV, Nana Aba Anamoah, has put her beautiful, large, and luxurious hall on display.
She shared the video to her Instagram handle walking as if she was on the runway.
In the caption, Nana Aba wrote that her son said she walked like a duck. Therefore, she wanted her fans to confirm if that was true.
While doing so, Nana Aba’s hall became visible that one’s attention would be drawn to the luxury in there before focusing on her walking.
The hall is very spacious with many sitting areas. It is neat and clean with beautiful curtains hanging all over.
The choice of furniture blends with the colour of the hall giving it a classy look just the way that befits Nana Aba’s status.
Some people have reacted to the video praising Nana Aba.
Jacob, for instance, observed that she is so neat and always on point:
jacobelikplim: “You always on point.. be dirty small Aden... Always neat, we Taya that.”
Akua called her adorable:
emprezzakua: “Adorable mommy.”
Ama says Nana Aba is beautiful:
Vicky says Nana Aba looks sweet and gorgeous:
iamvicky_gh: “Look Sweet and gorgeous.”
Nana Kobby called her woman of substance:
nana_kobby_1: “Woman of Substance.”
Meanwhile, Nana Aba was in the news recently talking about her 19-year-old son, Papa Kow.
She was speaking about the challenges she went through in raising her son all alone.
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In another report, Papa Kow was looking so tall in a pose with her mother.
Recently, Osebo, Nana Aba’s baby daddy, known in real life as Richard Brown, has begged Nana Aba and her son to forgive him so that he could have access to his son.
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