Nana Aba Anamoah Biography, Family, Age, Son, Contact, Net Worth
The outspoken journalist had previously been working for TV3 before a controversial photo-shopped picture of her claiming to be at a game featuring Manchester United hit the internet.
Nana Aba Anamoah is a Ghanaian female TV host and journalist with a profound experience in journalism and media affairs for over 10 years.
Nana Aba Anamoah Date of Birth
According to that birthday celebration, it is known that Nana was born on June 19th. However, as she turned one year older the big question on her fans mind remains so how old is Nana Aba Anamoah.
Nana Aba has a degree in banking and finance from the Ghana Institute of Management and Public Administration (GIMPA).
Nana Aba previously hosted the Diva Show and was a newscaster for Ghanian broadcaster TV3. She currently works with GH One TV.
Her career, however, seemed to veer off a different path when she found herself in media where she has been doing pretty well for herself. Nana is one of the hottest TV personalities to ever grace the Ghanaian screens.
After moving to GH One she became the host of a new political program known as ‘State of affairs’. This is a show she steered very well attracting a lot of opinion and interest from the general public. After a month at the new station, an opportunity arose making her a night news anchor.
Nana Aba Anamoah Husband – Married?
It is not official in the news that the journalist is married. What we know for a fact is that she has a handsome son. One whom you can identify easily from his looks.
Stories about Nana Aba Anamoah husband are little known despite recently confirming that she is a mother to a teenage boy. Nana Aba Anamoah and son were stories that never popped up every time the petite new anchor was out and about, not until recently in an interview did she reveal this.
Achievements and Awards
She started a reading club as far back as 2016 which has proved very successful in helping young children find reading and learning attractive.
In 2018, she pioneered a campaign against tramadol abuse by the Ghanaian youth in which she engaged the addicts of Tramadol with interviews and the necessary help they required to help them quit.
The campaign has been credited in terms of transforming the lives of some long-term Tramadol abusers.
She has won the following awards throughout her career as a journalist.
- TV Personality of the Year
- TV News Anchor of the Year
- GJA News Reporter of the Year
and many more…
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