- A former Adom TV presenter, Adwoa Saah, has accused actress Nana Ama McBrown of stealing her idea
- She said the McBrown’s Kitchen show owned and hosted by the actress is purely her unique idea
- Saah said she had discussed the idea with a friend who stabbed her in the back and got the idea eventually to McBrown
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A former presenter with Adom TV, Adwoa Saah, has claimed that actress Nana Ama McBrown stole her McBrown’s Kitchen show’s idea from her.
Speaking in an interview monitored by YEN.com.gh, Saah said she originally conceived the idea and informed a very close friend about it.
However, the terms and conditions coming from her friend was not viable for her and so based on advice from another friend, she decided not to enter into that business partnership.
Saah said she was shocked to learn that the idea had later been sold to Despite Media, and eventually to McBrown.
She revealed how pained she was to see that her intellectual property was being used by another person without any credit being given to her.
Kindly forward to the 30th minute to watch Adwoa Saah speak:
Meanwhile, McBrown was in the news for displaying the interior of her plush mansion.
The floor works of the mansion got many people praising her, including Jamaican superstar, Gramps Morgan, asking to get the same designs.
Earlier, she had put her full mansion on display and even caused her ex-lover, Okyeame Kwame, to hail her.
McBrown was also in the news when her husband, Maxwell Mensah, was accused of impregnating a police officer.
Her daughter, Baby Maxin, trended in the news when she chanted her mother’s slogan "Brimm brimm" while moving her hands just the way her mother does.
Maxin surprised many people when she went shopping with her mother and rejected her choice of item to make her own choice.
As little as she is, Baby Maxin was able to respond “thank you” to a compliment that she was looking beautiful.
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