Anonymous Woman Accuses Nana Aba Anamoah Of Allegedly Pimping Girls (Screenshots)

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Aced broadcast Journalist Nana Aba Anamoah has been accused by an anonymous lady of pimping girls who wish to become journalist to “big” men.

This comes in lieu of Kennedy Agyapong’s threat to expose some top media personalities who pimp young girls to “big” men in exchange of huge sums of money and favours.

The controversial politician’s threats comes after a video of the National Security Minister, Kan Dapaah being controlled by a slay queen went viral.

Several people including some Ghanaian celebrities bashed the minister for his shameful acts.

Nana Aba Anamoah

Well, in a new series of screenshots sighted by, an anonymous in a conversation with popular Instagram account ‘Those Called Celebs‘  accused Nana Aba Anamoah and lawyer Sandra Ankobia of deceiving them and luring them to sleep with men.

As your favourite blogging site, we would like you to take this information with a pinch of salt as it could be someone’s agenda of trying to tarnish the image of Nana Aba and Sandra Ankobia.

We at will be monitoring Nana Aba’s reaction of this scandalous accusation.

Checkout the Screenshots below;

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