Confident and charming broadcaster Nana Aba Anamoah has revealed that she has no regrets quitting TV3.
According to her she was never pushed or forced to quit her job. “I wasn’t pushed to resign but actually when I sent in my resignation letter some of my bosses were disappointed and they were sad that I was leaving,” She said on Starr 103.5FM, Wednesday.
In a public interview for the first time after she resigned from TV3, Anamoah told host of Starr Chat, Bola Ray that even though she dearly misses her colleagues in the TV3 newsroom, she does not regret her decision to quit.
“… no I don’t regret… but I miss TV3, I miss the people around, the people in the newsroom, I miss them every day, I miss them every day I wake up.”
Miss Anamoah also dismissed claims that she is arrogant. She opined that she is rather “confident”
She also expressed disappointment in her former employers’ decision to suspend her. “I see tears as a weakness. Being suspended from TV3 made me strong. I suspected the suspension was coming… then it happened. But it didn’t break me. I was disappointed as a human being,” she said.
The former News Anchor of TV3 quit the TV station after she was suspended for actions the media house described as unprofessional.
The suspension came after some pictures were posted on twitter to suggest that she was at a Manchester United game in UK.
Anamoah apologized for her actions claiming it was a prank gone bad but she was, however, suspended following a public outcry.