The appeal comes after the latter made it public that she is not going to assist anyone who approaches her for a job opportunity.
Nana Aba Anamoah made a revelation on her Facebook and Twitter pages today that an individual she has helped secure a well paying job has ended up embarrassing her by stealing from the employer.
Her subsequent posts on the matter was accompanied with a screenshot of a message which appears to have been sent to her an employer she linked the person to.
This has got the attention of people on social media and been met with mixed reactions.
whilst some people are supporting the stance Nana Aba Anamoah has taken, others are pleading with her to reconsider her decision.
A Plus is among the individuals who have appealed and encouraged Nana Aba to continue with her good work.
In response to Nana Aba’s post on Facebook, Kwame A Plus wrote;
” You can’t be so done my dear. You’ve helped over hundred people. One thief can’t spoil the chances of another good hundred people”.
This response was met with a lot of admiration from followers on Facebook.
It is expected that Nana Aba rescinds his decision not to help people with jobs again after hundreds of appeals from followers.
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