“He Never Abandoned His Son, Nana Aba Anamoah Made That Decision To Take Care Of Their Son Alone After Some Money Issues”–Close Source Exposes What Happened

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Few days ago, Ghbase.com published a story about ace presenter Nana Aba Anamoah’s first boyfriend and father of her 18 year old son making a bold appearance on Social media after hiding in the dark for all these years. Nana Aba Anamoah has not given birth again and she finds soo much joy in her son and onetime said in an interview that, the boy’s father abandoned him and that her dad was played the fatherly role in her son’s life.

Now, a source who is very very close to Nana Aba Anamoah’s son-daddy has told the blog ghanacelebrities.com that the man never abandoned his son like Nana Aba made Ghanaians believe.

Nana Aba Anamoah’s son-daddy who is known as Richard Brown aka Osebo recently posted a photo of his son on Social media and expressed how deeply he loves his son and from the look of things, he now wants to have that connection with his son again.

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The source who is said to be close to Richard Brown indicated that, the man is not to be blamed for what happened and that he didn’t decide to just leave and not take care of his son but that it was Nana Aba’s decision to cut him off even though the son loves him very much.

Parts of the full story on Gc reads:

 

According to our source, a long time ago when Paa Kow was still a child, everything was going on smoothly as the father was taking care of the kid, paying his school fees at the Silicon Valley school, taking care of him and paying occasional visits.

Things fell apart when Nana Aba Anamoah travelled to the U.K sometime and called Osebo for some money, however at that time the child’s school fees was also due and he was about to pay it.

Osebo told Nana Aba this and said that after paying the child’s fees, he would find some additional money and send to her later but that reportedly pissed off the tv host.

 

That was the moment she unloaded on Osebo that she does not even need anything from him and he can go to hell and should never contact either her or their son again.

Our source tells us that was the initial break between him and the son but he still made several efforts to make things right and continue to be able to take care of the son but Nana Aba rebuffed them all. He reportedly sent gifts through two intermediaries to be given to his son, one whom Nana Aba knew who used to work at Metro TV and another friend, to be given to the child, but Anamoah reportedly got pissed off anytime she became aware of these.

Another attempt to solve the issues was when Osebo and our source and others visited Nana Aba’s home for a meeting with her parents but in full view of her parents, Nana Aba sacked them all including and she said she wasn’t interested in solving issues with him.

The father, we also learned, on a few occasions managed to find ways to communicate with the son but every time she found out she blocked his number and we’re told this was corroborated by Nana Aba herself who confessed to that when she appeared on the Delay Show.

After numerous attempts where all cut off by the mother, Osebo felt he had no choice but to step back and that led to him missing out on his son’s life but he never stopped loving him, the source said.

We were told the father appreciates everything Nana Aba has done taking care of Paa Kow all these years since it must not have been easy but he’s only interested in correcting the perception that he abandoned his own child.

Ghbase.com Writer’s Comments:

Well, it still sounds funny listening to his explanation. I mean, you have to take care of your son, but why find it hard to support the woman too, considering the fact that, you got her pregnant at a time she was in High school, changing and delaying her life’s goals. How hard is it to support her too when she needed the money? What if she needed the money for something very very important.

For me, I think, it was not just because he didn’t give her the money but also perhaps he said something at the time that hurted her soo much, she can’t forget it each time she remembers it.—Anyways!

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