- Talented actress Nana Ama McBrown spoke about how her life would have been different if she had furthered her education
- The media personality has always been vocal about not being very learned
- During her speech at UCC, McBrown predicted that she would have been great if she had the opportunity to continue her education to the tertiary level
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Ghanaian actress Nana Ama McBrown made some inspiring statements at the maiden edition of the Girl Power Project at the University of Cape Coast (UCC) campus.
She advised the students to be focused and use the opportunities they come across in a higher education environment.
McBrown added that hard work is also essential, although they need grace and favour to push them.
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This is what she told UCC students:
Growing up, my highest degree is JHS. Yes! If I had the opportunity to sit in the university like you, I would have been like the Second Lady, First Lady Minister of something, a professor, a young mp or an engineer or scientist.
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Ghanaians react to Nana Ama McBrown's inspiring speech at UCC for the maiden edition of the Girl Power Project
Many were inspired after listening to McBrown share her story. They applauded and commended her for her hard work and growth in the industry.
Esther Obenewah wrote:
I don't know why I'm crying NANA I tap into your blessing in JESUS's NAME AMEN
Juno Derbi commented:
My love for you increases each day when I see you doing well and impacting in others' life. God, please keep on blessing Nana Ama McBrown. Aunty, you are blessed.
Angel Ofosua said:
Everything happens for a purpose cos maybe if you went to school, you want have been as famous as you're now. God will continue to bless u n protect u
Nana Ama McBrown helps waakye vendor sell her food, and people rush to catch a glimpse
In other news, YEN.com.gh reported how people rushed to see McBrown selling waakye.
The Onua TV presenter stopped by the roadside to buy waakye but ended up helping the woman to sell her food, and people rushed to see the Empress dishing waakye on the streets like a pro.
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