Today is Nana Aba Anamoah day. The diminutive presenter who turns heads every time she makes an appearance on tv has completely taken over the social media space.
19th June is her birthday and everywhere you turn, there’s a birthday wish coming in for her from someone important in her life.
But we know the one you’ve been waiting to read and we’ve got it here – the wish of GhanaCelebrities.Com’s Founding Editor and Nana Aba’s foe turned friend, Chris-Vincent Agyapong.
Chris-Vincent has finally posted his wish to Nana Aba on social media.
Read it below…
That Annoying Woman Called Nana Aba Anamoah
“Until about two years ago, Nana Aba Anamoah was one of the many celebrities I didn’t give a hoot about, but for making money from issues relating to their existence.
And then when our paths crossed, I began to enjoy the human side of this petite, albeit, daring woman.
At first, she seemed quite inflexible and was engrossed in this false political correctness during our casual Whatsapp Chats—at least, that’s what I thought, and I did mention it to her.
But then again, it’s only the bold who becomes a friend of Chris-Vincent, and fully hold their trust in him. So, Ms Aba, as I call her, was just being human by being extremely cautious in her dealings with me.
As time lapsed, I began to enjoy her jocularity, and sometimes innocence as well as vulnerability. I guess she soon realized that I was not a monster and beyond the veil, I am one of the few persons an individual can trust.
With the somewhat sacred matter of trust having been resolved by no cruel or conscious attempt but by itself, our Chats and Phone conversations became more interesting—as we started talking about everything, unguided.
That annoying woman on the internet called Nana Aba Anamoah is actually half Joan of Arc, the French heroine who was burned at the stake in the 14th century and half ordinary silly woman—whose inner beauty glows more within the borders of the latter, if you ever get the privilege to experience her in that state, devoid of the facade.
That’s the Nana Aba I know—Happy Birthday girl-woman—or whatever you prefer to call yourself.”