Nana Aba Anamoah has been trending in the past few hours after she boldly made a public declaration on an ongoing issue which massively involves the Ghanaian youth. Ghana is in a state of social media confusion and rants as the youth boldly protest online with hashtags to call out the president. The youth of the country claims the country needs to be fixed and this is what Nana Aba has added her voice to.
After being silent for a while, Nana Aba Anamoah made a post on twitter where she called out Nana Addo directly and demanded that the country is fixed. She revealed that John Mahama is not the leader of the country and hence is not the one to be called out in the current protest by the youth.
Paul Adom Otchere on the other hand who has been a supporter of the new patriotic party directly attacked Nana Aba Anamoah and boldly stated that she should learn and learn well before she comes out to make certain statements. He revealed that she and her colleague activits should learn about covid economics. These and many other words have trended on social media for hours now.
Nana Aba Anamoah has not replied these words from Paul Adom Otchere but hopefully, she will make some direct statements as well as she probably replies him per social media suggestions. Kindly comment below.
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