- Famed media personality Nana Ama McBrown has finally disclosed the part politics will play in her future
- McBrown said that although she believes in Ghana, her future is in a different direction
- The actress pleaded with people to stop misdirecting her intentions for Ghana towards political gains
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Ghanaian actress Nana Ama McBrown is a household name in the country. Her fame began on the screens as an actress until she branched into representing some of Ghana's biggest brands.
McBrown has been a speaker at many esteemed speaking engagements, including the Girl Power Project and Kobby Kyei's recent Shine Summit.
I believe in Ghana as a Ghanaian. Sometimes, when we talk about believing in Ghana, people take their minds to the political side of it. Nothing will push Nana Ama into politics. So when I speak, please don't overtake it to the other side.
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I believe in Ghana, and the reason is that I am a product made in Ghana. And if you believe yourself as a Ghanaian, one thing you must take along with you is your originality.
McBrown also advised attendants to be prepared to work hard if they want to survive in their chosen fields. She preached humility and service as one of the gateways to success.
Watch the video below:
Ghanaians react to McBrown's speech at the Shine Summit for young entrepreneurs
People at the conference were inspired by the celebrated actress's speech. They were also impressed with her growth and sustainability throughout the years.
Kojo Ansah commented:
This wonder woman is actually a genius. Whoever makes anything look simple is not a simple person. If you're a Ghanaian stand-up comedian you should be taking notes. She didn't mention any profanity yet people laughed.
Mama Pat said:
Nana Ama is focused and blessed that's why she doesn't waste time on her haters and critics...go higher empress
Obiewuraba Charlotte wrote:
The presentation is SMART ❤❤ specific, measurable, accurate, relevant and time-bound.
Nana Ama McBrown helps the waakye vendor sell her food, and people rush to catch a glimpse
In other news, YEN.com.gh wrote about how McBrown helped a waakye vendor sell her food by the roadside.
The Onua TV presenter got out of her car to buy waakye, a local one-pot rice and beans meal, but ended up serving herself and others. People rushed to see their Empress expertly dishing food like a pro.
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