Today we invite you on a journey to Ghana, Africa, as we meet a media mogul and influential leader, Nana Aba Anamoah. Nana Aba has utilized her position and influence to raise awareness around several social concerns in Ghana, from tramador drug abuse (a powerful narcotic) to political corruption, LGBTQIA+ concerns, poverty, and lack of access to medical care by so very many who are simply too poor to afford access, or who are gay or transgender and are therefore denied access. She is a stellar example of the power of influence, and of standing up for what you believe and facing fear of retribution.
About Nana Aba Anamoah, General Manager of GH One TV + Star 105.3 FM
Nana Aba Anamoah is one of the most prominent journalists in Ghana. She is the Radio and Television Personality of the year; an award she has won for the second time in 3 years. Other awards include TV News reporter of the year, Current Affairs presenter of the year, Ghanaian woman of the year (Media Category), and Social Media Personality of the year.
Nana Aba has become the leading voice on many issues on social media in Ghana with a staggering following of over 3 million on instagram alone.
Nana Aba is currently General Manager of GHOne TV and Starr 103.5 FM.
Guest Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/thenanaaba/
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14:17 The Power of Influence
16:50 Political Corruption In Ghana
25:40 LGBTQIA+ Concerns of Africa
36:42 Similarities From Ghanaian To American Political Issues
38:00 Other Social Issues In Ghana
43:00 A New Charity Is Coming — The Hearts Wide Open Foundation
46:30 A Plea for Hospital Beds In Ghanaian Hospitals