- Nana Ama McBrown has taken her first jab of the COVD-19 vaccine
- The actress took the jab as part of media personnel from Despite Media
- Arriving at the scene, McBrown drove in a posh BMW car which has not been seen on her social media pages yet as part of her known cars
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Star actress and UTV presenter Nana Ama McBrown has taken her first jab of the COVID-19 vaccine on Wednesday, March 3, 2021.
McBrown got the jab when she joined other Despite Media staff to visit the Ghana Internation Press Centre (GIPC) in Accra where journalists and other media personnel are to take theirs.
Going for the vaccine, McBrown appeared at the Press Centre in a posh black BMW car which looks like a recent addition to her fleet of expensive cars.
In a video YEN.com.gh has sighted on McBrown's Instagram page, the United Showbiz presenter is seen walking to the BMW car which was parked on the premises of the GIPC.
After getting to her car, McBrown exchanges the elbow greetings with Roger Quartey, her director at UTV.
As she opened her car's door, some media men approached her to speak and encourage others to get vaccinated which she obliged.
In her statement, McBrown revealed that she was feeling okay after taking the vaccine and was praying that she will not have any complications.
She then urged all her fans and other Ghanaians to go for their jabs as the vaccines were safe.
When asked about conspiracy theories on the vaccine including suggestions that it is the start of '666', McBrown laughed it saying she does not know about that.
McBrown adds to a growing list of prominent Ghanaians who have taken their first jabs of the COVID-19 vaccine.
As previously reported by YEN.com.gh, Asantehene Otumfuo Osei Tutu has taken his jab of the COVID-19 vaccine at the Manhyia Palace
Otumfuo's vaccination on Tuesday, March 2, coincided with the Akradwareda (soul-cleansing day), a day to perform rites to cleanse his soul and fortify himself spiritually.
On the same day, former President John Mahama also took his first jab of the vaccine to protect himself against COVID-19.
Earlier on Monday, March 1, 2021, President Nana Akufo-Addo, his wife Rebecca, Vice President Dr Mahamudu, and Second Lady Samira took their jabs.
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