- Former Menzgold CEO NAM1 has likened Ghanaian icon Efia Odo to the world-renowned Oprah Winfrey
- According to Nana Appiah Mensah, he would not hesitate to sign Efia on a corporate ambassadorial endeavour if he gets the chance
- Efia Odo was excited to hear the kind words of NAM1 and she expressed her gratitude openly on Twitter
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Nana Appiah Mensah, the former CEO of the infamous Menzgold, has openly declared admiration for sensational Ghanaian icon Efia Odo.
On his personal Twitter handle, @nam_the_patriot, Nana posted that Efia is a young lady who is deserving of a corporate brand ambassadorial endeavour.
According to him, he came to the conclusion after watching United Showbiz and how Efia Odo articulates her views and composes herself.
"Who else has noticed how @Efiaodo1 seems very Oprah Winfrey-like, on United Showbiz now on Utv based on her views and composure? Seems a perfect fit for a corporate brand ambassadorial endeavour. Kudos," he said in an unprovoked tweet.
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Later, NAM1, as he is popularly called, came back to say that he would not squander the opportunity to sign the elegant Ghanaian lady if he ever gets the chance.
"With a given opportunity why not [sign you]?! You’re clearly a good Ghanaian arts material, fit as a global business export, especially for the American market in all honestly. I would gladly welcome a synergy. You’re good," he further added.
"This is the Energgggyyyyyyyyy!!!! Thank you, [I'm] honestly humbled. Hope to hear from you soon ," she tweeted in reply to NAM1.
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Meanwhile, the rising Ghanaian drill rapper Black Sherif has been proposed to by Efia Odo in a sexual manner on social media.
Black Sherif posted two images on his Twitter profile along with the remark, "Watch in pink. The joker is not grinning".
When Efia Odo saw the post on her timeline, she replied with a comment that many people on social media interpreted as having sexual overtones.
"I have something pink that will make you happy," she wrote.
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