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Choosing career over my child was a difficult decision to make – Nana Aba Anamoah

Broadcast Journalist, Nana Aba Anamoah has described an intriguing record of picking either her child or her work.


The refined telecaster picked the last option and has portrayed it as the toughest choice she at any point needed to make.


She disclosed on Joy FM's 'Media, Showbiz and Motherhood Dialog', facilitated by Edem Knight-Tay, at the Labadi Beach Hotel on Saturday, May 7, 2022. The all-female occasion pointed toward uncovering the mystery behind how fruitful media professionals jar their vocation and parenthood.


As indicated by Nana Aba Anamoah, who was a newscaster at that point, she wound up in a quandary. One night before she read the news on TV, she got an upsetting snippet of data that left her practically clear.


"I was late for the information, and not long before I was going to go on air, I got an instant message from mother saying she had gotten my child and a vehicle had recently thumped him", she uncovered, expressing in plain words, "I didn't have the foggiest idea what to do".


Notwithstanding, the aggressive telecaster put a grin all over and read the news, overlooking the awful news she had gotten before a significant news announcement. Throughout the break, she illuminated her chief who asked why she decided to peruse the news as opposed to taking care of her child.


Nana Aba Anamoah shared the purpose for her choice at that point, "I was contemplating my profession, Emma Morrison, the maker would've perceived, yet I didn't know the ones who were responsible for the association would comprehend, yet I cruised through that announcement".


She further points the point that "it was the toughest choice I needed to make picking my vocation over my kid… it was difficult, I felt so terrible because I let myself down and I let my child down".


The refined telecaster has taken in her illustrations and presently focuses on family. Inquired as to whether her choice would be unique, and would it be advisable for her if she wind up experiencing the same thing now, Nana Aba Anamoah expressed, "I would leave".


The 'Media, Showbiz and Motherhood Dialog' was coordinated by Joy FM, in front of Mother's Day, to find how diligent ladies in the media serve two experts; vocation and parenthood. Others on the board included; Gifty Anti, Dzifa Bampoe, Claudia Lumor, Dr. Ellen Osei, Diamond Michelle, Doreen Avio, and Diana Hopeson.

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