Nana Aba Anamoah: Broadcaster Reacts to Sky News Calling Ghana poor

Nana Aba Anamoah: Broadcaster Reacts to Sky News Calling Ghana poor

- Acting manager of GHOne TV, Nana Aba Anamoah, has reacted to a report by British media, Sky News, that Ghana is one of the “poorest” countries

- She said Ghana is indeed poor, and that many people live on less than a dollar per day

- Anamoah defended Sky New’s report and said Ghanaians should direct their anger to the right people and places

- Her post has triggered massive responses

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Popular media person, Nana Aba Anamoah, has reacted to a report by UK-based media outlet, Sky News, calling Ghana one of the “poorest” countries.

The description by Sky News has not been taken lightly by some Ghanaians and they have been ranting.

However, in a tweet sighted by YEN.com.gh, Anamoah has supported the report and said Ghana is indeed poor.

Nana Aba Anamoah: Broadcaster Reacts to Sky News Calling Ghana poor
Nana Aba Anamoah. Photo credit: @thenanaaba/Instagram
Source: Instagram

She asked all those criticising Sky News to direct their anger and criticisms to the right people and place.

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Her tweet has sparked a debate online with some agreeing with her while others disagree.

MG, for instance, made a solid point on why Nana Aba’s argument is baseless:

Kay also responded that Ghana is poor but not the poorest:

Leonard commented that Ghana is not poor but that it’s the leaders that portray it as such in the eyes of the western world:

Dennis said Nana Aba should blame herself, not the leaders:

Hafiz explained why he is not perturbed by the description that Ghana is poor:

Sapiosexual Eagle also added her voice to the argument:

Farouk agreed with Nana Aba that Ghana is indeed poor:

Meanwhile, the Sky News report follows the arrival of COVID-19 vaccines in Ghana.

The government of Ghana has taken delivery of the consignment and plans are underway to have Ghanaians vaccinated.

In other news, a Ghanaian pastor has died in church while actively preaching to his church members.

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The way and manner in which he died in the video published by YEN.com.gh got many people talking.

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