- Star actress Nana Ama McBrown is returning as the host of UTV's United Showbiz after a long break
- McBrown will host the show's next episode which is scheduled for Saturday, November 6, with John Dumelo and Nana Aba Anamoah as guests
- The actress announced her comeback by sharing a flier of the show on her Instagram page on Thursday
Award-winning actress and TV presenter Nana Ama McBrown has resumed her duties as the host of UTV's United Showbiz.
McBrown, the founding host of United Showbiz has been off the programme for about two months with Abeiku Santana sitting in as host.
McBrown went away to undergo corrective surgery on her right arm in Germany.
McBrown's arm injury
The actress' right arm was injured in a crash on the N1 Highway in 2013.
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Following the crash, McBrown got her hand attended to in Ghana but she recently re-injured it after falling down at home.
Surgery in Germany
Though she got her hand fixed, she later arranged to have a full corrective surgery in Europe which was successfully done in August.
She returned to Ghana a few weeks ago and after resting for a while, McBrown is taking over from Santana.
The announcement of McBrown's return sparked excitement among her followers who took to the comment section to welcome her.
"The Queen is Backkkkk ."
"Welcome back Nanathis set is gonna be ."
"I can't wait to hear Nana ABA anamoah speak Twi."
"Eii..Saturday go be fire..her excellency is back@iamamamcbrown."
"Great to see you back."
McBrown's daughter speaks good English
Meanwhile, McBrown's daughter, Baby Maxin, has impressed her fans with her command of English language.
The two-year-old recently visited Amalena, a baby shop she serves as a brand ambassador for, with her mother.
While in the shop, Baby Maxin decided to arrange some of the dolls which were on display for sale.
In doing so, she spoke to the dolls in English and the video has got many of her followers praising her.
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Source: Yen Newspaper