Ghanaians will not describe Nana Yaa Brefo as “Unprofessional” if she was dead—Kofi Adomah laments
Ace broadcaster, Kofi Adomah Nwanwani has expressed grievances about the rampant verbal attacks against his former colleague, Nana Yaa Brefo Danso over what people termed as “unprofessionalism.”
According to him, people might not act in the manner they are doing now should the former ‘Badwam’ co-host kick the bucket, and urged them to stop.
“I wonder whether people would have written all these insults if she were to be dead,” Kofi said.
The Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of Kofi TV lamented that broadcasters do not actually notice mistakes while on air until they re-watch to know and shape themselves for better.
He regretted that people actually judge when they had least idea about what goes into a program on air.
Kofi Adomah explained that presenters act in accordance with producers instructions and their own impulses.
“Producers push you with questions and directions. Also, you think on top of your mind. One thing I know about her is dedication and passion,” he said.
Exhibiting sad emotions after learning about Nana Yaa’s resignation, Kofi Adomah insisted that Nana Yaa was hardworking, intellectual and devoted journalist whose resignation came as a surprise to him.
It is still unclear what might have necessitated for her resignation but many are speculating that she was forced to resign following an interview with Nana Ama McBrown about the demise of the late actor, Bishop Bernard Nyarko.
However in an interview with Kofi Adomah, Nana Yaa stated that nothing would make her rescind on her decision to work with Multimedia but if she were to go back, she would only go and discuss her resignation with the CEO of the company, Kwasi Twum.
“Kwasi Twum is like a father to me, I respect him so much but he is unaware I was resigning. I would have to go back and finally tell him about it, I know he knows I have resigned but I have to give him that respect,” she added.
Kofi Adomah, Afia Pokuaa, Manasseh Azure Awuni are top-notched Journalists who resigned from the Multimedia group with Nana Yaa Brefo being the latest.
BY JOYCELINE NATALLY CUDJOE