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Radio Presenter Descends On Nana Aba Anamoah

SirKenn 06/25/2020

View pictures in App save up to 80% data. Popular radio presenter has descended on award-winning Ghanaian journalist Nana Aba Anamoah following her gifted Black Range Rover. 

Somewhere last week Nana Aba Anamoah received a brand new Range Rover as her birthday gift with registration number (GR2050-20). As the news went viral a white Nissan Rogue SUV also pops up with the same number as (GR2050-20 ).

The GhOne TV journalist became troll on social media users, and quickly the Driver And Vehicle Licensing Authority (DVLA) released statement to worsened the matter, stating that the "White Nissan Rogue SUV" has been registered at their office but Nana Aba's own is not registered. 

Just after the (DVLA) statement Nana Aba Anamoah went to the authority to register her gifted Black Range Rover.

Adom FM's presenter Mike Two, commenting on the whole saga said it is a shame for the ace broadcaster to involve herself in this act. 

Mike Two asserted that this is not the first time the news anchor is living that fake lives. 

According to the host of Adom FM entertainment show Nana Aba should apologise for the shame on herself, family and her own son.

Take time and read his full post below; 

Nana Aba Anamoah should come out to apologize for failing to do a due diligence before or after on the car she claims as a gift given to her.

This is because, the fake number plate embossed on the said car has brought a bit of shame to her and the family particularly the son. 

She has been involving herself in other fake things, the first one was the Trafford picture and the fake car number plate.

She should also be mindful that she is no more a young girl, at least 42 years is enough for her to think very deeper and wiser before making any movement.

Source: opera.com
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