I have no hand in Nana Yaa Brefo’s resignation—-Nana Ama McBrown cries
Seasoned broadcast journalist, Nana Yaa Brefo Danso has bow out from Multimedia Group Limited (MGL) after 10 years working experience with them.
She announced her resignation on Saturday in a post on social media that she was pursuing a personal dream therefore she could not continue working with Adom television and FM.
According to the ‘Badwam’ show co-host, she had great learning experience during her decade working-stay at multimedia, thus thanked them for the opportune time.
She noted that MGL shaped her and contributed a lot in making her the renowned broadcaster she is now.
“I want to say a very big thank you to MultiMedia and my colleagues. I appreciate those who did not like me, you made me grow during my 10 years stay at Multimedia, (Adom TV ),” Nana Yaa Before stated.
In appreciating her fans, she commended them for the unconditional support and promised to make up to them, as she was working on better things to make them stay glued to her.
“I bow out of Multimedia to follow other dreams.Thank You all for being there. Akpe,” Nana Yaa added.
Her announcement, suddenly come just days after a huge backlash following the sort of questions she asked celebrated actress and TV presenter, Nana Ama Mcbrow in an interview which was in relation to the death of Bishop Bernard Nyarko.
She asked the sensational actress to voice out the number of the deceased for her to verify whether she had the contact, which the actress threw back at her that the question was irrelevant and would not answer.
This became a big issue with some renowned individuals like Bull dog supporting Nana Ama for her reply to the presenter.
Nana Yaa after announcing her resignation made lots of social media users blame the Kumawood actress for being the reason.
They believed that Nana Ama’s answer made the broadcaster believed she was not professional in crafting questions, thus the resignation.
Reacting to this, the actress said she had no hand in Nana Yaa’s resignation, stressing that she did not say anything that could make the broadcaster quit her job in her (Nan Ama’s) name.
She noted that most information on Social media were untrue and promised to call her to verify whether indeed she quit her job.
Nana Yaa Brefo’s resignation comes to add to a tall list of top personalities who left the giant brand media network.
BY JOYCELINE NATALLY CUDJOE