Ghanaian social media influencer and the host of Starr Chat Shows on Starr fm, Nana Aba Anamoah, is causing confusion on social media with her Ghc 2,000 giveaway. Nana Aba, aside other things, she is also known for her benevolence act and has one way or the other helped many Ghanaians who came to her aid. Provided it's within her power. And so, today again, she took to her social media handle (Twitter) to asked her followers to recommend someone who's seriously in needs to her to help the person with Ghc 2,000
Her tweet came after one of her friends told her, he wanted to help someone with Ghc 2,000 and he want her (Nana Aba) to help him find the person who is genuinely in needs, so they could help the person with such an amount.
"Hi Nana Aba, I see how a number of people come to you for help an you wholeheartedly do your best to help as many as you can. God bless you for your good heart. God has been so good to me and I'm touched to give Ghc 2,000 to someone who genuinely need help and I need your helps in finding that person. It might not be enough but it help in any tiniest way possible. Thank you and, oh please keep me anonymous." - Nana Aba's friend.
What is making the whole thing somehow confusion is that, Nana Aba's tweet says "recommend" someone whom you think he/she seriously in need. Most comments was stating otherwise. Perhaps, they themselves needs the money even more than the person they ought to recommend.
One of the followers said he deserves that money more than any other person. Because, he will use half of the money (¢1000) to perform his late mother's funeral. And use the remain half to per his rent. Hmm!!
Guys the system makes hot. What is your take on the reactions?
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