Afronita And Abigail: Ghanaian Journalist Calls Out Man In The UK For Making The Dancer Cry

Afronita And Abigail: Ghanaian Journalist Calls Out Man In The UK For Making The Dancer Cry

  • A journalist who is close to the family of Afronita and Abigail has cleared the air on recent happenings
  • He has called out a young man called Kofi Mahama for trying to create disaffection for Afronita and her family
  • Many people who thronged the comment section of the post called out Kofi Mahama over his actions

Ghanaian journalist Caleb Nii Boye has lashed out at a young man currently based in the UK for reportedly spewing lies about Afronita and her family.

Taken to Facebook, Caleb Nii Boye, who closely followed Abigail and Afronita's progress in Britain's Got Talent, called out Kofi Mahama over his comment that Afronita was broke and desperately needed money to book a return ticket to Ghana.

Photo of Afronita and Abigail
Ghanaian journalist calls out young man for spreading lies about Afronita Photo credit: @Afronitaa/Facebook @Britain's Got Talent
Source: UGC

He explained that the lies had deeply troubled Afronita, who shed tears upon listening to the young man's interview.

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"On phone with Afronitaa’s family and I can hear the young lady in tears. All bcos of what Kofi Mahama had gone to say with Rashad Kojo Emmanuel Kojo that she is broke and looking for money for ticket to come back to Ghana".

Caleb Nii Boye also revealed that Afronita bought tickets for her two siblings to join her in the UK recently hence claims that she is cash-strapped are untrue.

"I have seen a video of you ranting on Rashad live you went to say Afronitaa is broke in the UK and looking for money to buy tickets back to Ghana. Are you talking of the same lady who bought plane tickets for her 2 siblings to join her in the UK just this morning or another Afronitaa?

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Are you aware she bought a ticket for her mother, who came to Ghana to pick up her two other children and returned to the UK this morning?" his post read in part.

At the time of writing the report, the post had raked in over 200 likes and 100 comments.

Ghanaians react to the disclosure

Social media users who thronged the comment section of the post have shared varied opinions on the matter, with many calling out Kofi Mahama.

Nkechi Asante stated:

My question here is why did it take you forever to interfere? I have been sleeping on your page oo

Sefakor Sefah Frempong replied:

Is this how the beutiful relationship between Afronita and Abigail is going to end? Ohh nooo

Nana Sei added:

I was about to enter your dm bro. Why dat dude is misbehaving like that?? This is low merrrrr. If he try that nonsense on u cus of dis post, he go see say he dey Uk but he nor dey der like dat .

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George M. Britton stated:

It is unfortunate that we often find ourselves in situations where we expose our personal issues to the public. It is disheartening to witness the destruction of the positive aspects we have worked hard to create as individuals. Must this even be discussed? Smh

Nancy Buabeng reacted:

Just because he bought food worth 50 pounds ooo nti. He thinks he can talk anyhow

Abigail resumes academic work

Earlier, reported that Abigail Dromo has resumed serious academic work following her exploits at the just-ended Britain's Got Talent.

A video that has since gone viral and was sighted by on Facebook showed Abigail in a happy mood with her friend, reading a text material on the parts of an animal.

She was also captured with coloured pencils as if trying to choose which one she wanted to use for her drawing.


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Philip Boateng Kessie (Human-Interest editor) Philip Boateng Kessie is a Human Interest editor at He has over six years of experience in journalism. He graduated from the University of Cape Coast in 2018 with a bachelor's degree in Communication Studies. Philip previously served as a reporter for Graphic Communications Group Limited (GCGL). He also worked as a content writer for Scooper News. Email: