Nana Yaa Brefo resigns from the Multimedia Group


Nana Yaa Brefo a Television Anchor has resigned from The Multimedia Group.

The media personality has quit her services as a broadcaster with Adom TV, belonging to the Multimedia Group.

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Nana Yaa Brefo indicating her resignation on her Instagram page, the journalist thanked The Multimedia Group and her fans for their support during her 10 years service and further thanked all those who hold a divergent view with her.

“…I BOW OUT of Multimedia to follow other dreams…Thank you all for being there”, an excerpt of her statement read.

Her resignation comes shortly after Arnold Asamoah-Baidoo a Showbiz analyst had lambasted her for asking what he believes to be irrelevant questions during her encounter with Nana Ama Mcbrown.

According to him, the presenter asked the actress unimportant questions relating to the help she extended to late actor Bishop Bernard Nyarko before his death.

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It all started when McBrown was called for an interview on Adom TV’s ‘Badwam’ after McBrown was branded a liar by Isaac Darko, the brother of the late Bishop Bernard Nyarko.

This happened after Kumasi-based actors, including Mcbrown disclosed that they made several attempts to get to their colleague Bernard Nyarko when they he was on his sick but all proved futile.

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What is Bishop Nyarko’s phone number,” Nana Yaa Brefo asked after pleasantries with Mcbrown.

You are a journalist, if you ask me such a question I won’t answer because it’s not a relevant question first of all,” Mcbrown answered with all could command at said moment.

Arnold Asamoah-Baidoo speaking on Accra based radio station mentioned that, Nana Yaa asked very “stupid” questions.

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