- Naa Dedei Botchwey, the winner of TV3's Ghana's Most Beautiful 2020, has exposed a fake Twitter account in her name
- She explained the differences and similarities between the fake account and her original one
- Naa Dedei has called on her fans to help her report the fake account
- She recently launched her Naa Dedei Botchwey Foundation that seeks to promote inclusive education for all Ghanaian children, both males, and females
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The winner of the 2020 edition of TV3’s Ghana’s Most Beautiful, Naa Dedei Botchwey, has exposed a fake Twitter account being run in her name.
She took to her official and original Twitter handle to make the revelation and called on her fans to help her report the fake account.
The fake account, the beautiful, and intelligent GMB winner explained has two underscores between “Naa and GMB2020”, while her original account has just one underscore.
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She observed, also, that the fake account has copied her exact profile and her professional qualification.
The only difference between the two accounts is the profile photos. The original account has a photo of Naa with her GMB crown, while the fake one does not.
The fake account also has over 1,000 followers, while Naa has just a little over 700 followers on Twitter.
In a chat with YEN.com.gh, a disturbed Naa said she does not know if the account has already started dealing with people in her name, stressing that she wants to keep her reputation intact.
Meanwhile, Naa Dedei recently launched her foundation, the Naa Dedei Botchwey Foundation, with the aim of promoting inclusive education for all Ghanaian children irrespective of their gender.
The foundation will help her to provide opportunities, resources, and support to people who are not able to get access to good quality education because of the lack of these things.
Even before the official start of her foundation, Naa has started a mentorship programmed dubbed: “Ask Naa”, by which she seeks to mentor a lot of school children.
In one of the schools she visited, the 2020 GMB winner had to sacrifice her time to take the JHS 3 students on a revision exercise because BECE was just a few days away.
In other news, the latest photo of Muntari's son, Jamal Muntari, has Ghanaians praising him.
He looks all grown, tall, cute, and hairy as he rested his head on his mother's shoulder.
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