Broadcast Journalist, Nana Aba Anamaoah, has unfolded scenes that led to her becoming one of the female champions in Sports Journalism.
According to her, she didn’t purport to be in sport, but fate found her.
As one of the panelists in the African Women Sports Summit, Nana Aba Anamoah has given why she’s seen and widely celebrated a a sports woman.
She revealed she developed the interest in sports just before the 2010 World Cup.
She noted she knew nothing at the time, but as her heart geared in the direction, she sought for knowledge.
“I developed an interest in sports in 2010. Sports actually found me. I read a lot about football because I knew absolutely nothing about sports then,” she said.
“The Diva Show was the beginning of sports for me. I learnt sports from people without them knowing, like asking Eva Okyere and Micheal Oti Adjei very basic football questions. I didn’t have a team then but my father is a Manchester United fan so I started following the club. ” She added.
The Africa Women Sports Summit is an initiative driving for change by ensuring the greater inclusion and leadership in the African Sports landscape