With her epic response to a harsh inquiry, Nana Aba Anamoah has given a disrespectful fan a taste of their own medicine.
The numerous award-winning TV presenter was questioned by a curious follower with the handle Eddie Hewardson in the comments section of a post about how she managed to eat "akple" (a regional dish popular among ewes) with her long nails.
Nana Aba retorted, "She mashes it and drinks it like oatmeal," in a very irate tone.
Nana Aba Anamoah has been asking with the NCA to prolong the sim card registration process in the meanwhile.
Many individuals still don't have their Ghana Cards, according to Nana Aba, and the NCA's decision to cease sim card registration by July 31st will have an impact on a large number of people.
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