- Koku Anyidoho has sent a message to Nana Aba Anamoah after his angry outburst during an interview with her
- In a tweet on Thursday, March 11, Anyidoho showered praises on Nana Aba
- He also expressed his deep respect for the broadcaster
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Former NDC Deputy General Secretary Samuel Koku Anyidoho has reached out to broadcaster Nana Aba Anamoah after their unpleasant episode on Starr FM.
Nana Aba has taken over as the new host of Starr Chat which was previously presented by Bola Ray and had Anyidoho as her first guest on Wednesday, March 10.
But during the interview, Anyidoho flared up and nearly walked out of the studio over a question Nana Aba asked.
Nana Aba had asked if Anyidoho had celebrated his wife on International Women's Day. The seemingly harmless question got him angry.
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He got up from his seat, parked his things, and tried to walk away.
"Don't annoy me. I will walk out of the studio," he was heard saying.
A video of the incident came up in the trends on social media the next day.
In a reconciliatory tone after the video trended online, Anyidoho shared a photo of himself with Nana Aba in the Starr FM studio.
In a tweet accompanying the photo, Anyidoho revealed that he has a deep respect for Nana Aba while adding that she had won extra admiration from him.
The flaring up of Anyidoho comes after his wife, Jennifer Boahemaa Yeboah, accused him of throwing her out of their matrimonial home.
In an interview monitored by YEN.com.gh, Anyidoho revealed that he had sent schnapps to her family to dissolve the marriage.
Boahemaa added that he sent a truckload with some of her stuff from their matrimonial home on her blind side.
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In other news, the police service has sanctioned five police ladies who recently went viral with a wedding video.
The video had the ladies dressed in black and white jumpsuits with police hats while singing 'jama' songs at a friend's wedding.
The police service has deemed their conduct to be against their code of conduct and has thus ordered them to undergo a refresher course.
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