- Joy FM/TV presenter, Kojo Yankson, has flexed his dazzling looks in a new photo
- This comes after the media personality, Abena Korkor, claimed that she has slept with him
- Abena Korkor had alleged that Kojo Yankson was dating GHOne TV's Nana Aba Anamoah while having an affair with the actress Lydia Forson at the same time
- Some have interpreted the new photo as Kojo Yankson indicating that he is unbothered by Korkor's 'deranged' claims
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Joy FM/TV presenter, Kojo Yankson, has flexed his dazzling looks in a new photo following the media personality, Abena Korkor's claim that she has slept with him in the past.
In a post sighted on his Instagram page, the popular on-air media personality donned a long-sleeved shirt as he beamed with a smile for the camera.
Yankson who appeared unbothered by Abena Korkor's recent claims posed for a shot in a designer coloured frame and wristwatch.
His followers have commented underneath the post.
YEN.com.gh previously reported an old photo of Nana Aba Anamoah of GHOne TV/Starr FM and Kojo Yankson of Joy FM/TV has been interpreted as a loved-up moment between the two media personalities.
The photo re-emerged on social media after the television personality, Abena Korkor claimed that Kojo Yankson was in a sexual relationship with the actress Lydia Forson while dating Nana Aba Anamoah.
The mental health activist, Abena Korkor, a bipolar patient, was producing a verbal list of all the men she had laid in the past, citing Kojo Yankson as one of the men.
In a separate story, a video of the televangelist, Temitope Balogun Joshua, also known as TB Joshua, praying for the wife of the late former President John Evans Fiifi Atta Mills has resurfaced on social media.
The renowned Nigerian preacher who died on Saturday, June 5, 2021, was in Ghana in 2012 for the funeral of the late Ghanaian president who died much earlier on July 24, 2012.
Speaking in an interview on TV3 outside the residence of the late president after praying for his widow and former First Lady, Ernestina Naadu Mills, the leader and founder of The Synagogue, Church Of All Nations called on Ghanaians to unite their words and deeds.
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