The managing director of ABN Networks, Anastasia Manuela Amoateng, better known by her stage name Stacy Amoateng has said that the media is fond of propagating negative news.
The media personality during an interview on Accra FM’s Entertainment Capital segment spoke about her daughter, Calista who won the title of Miss Teen Tourism World 2022.
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Stacy spoke about her daughter’s initiative which aims to assist reduce child poverty. Stacy shared some illustrations which show her daughter was passionate about her initiative. Sharing a story about her daughter, Stacy recounted how her daughters witness a free health screening at Nima, a suburb of Accra.
“The other day when I did a free health screening [exercise] at Nima, my daughter Calista and her younger sister came along. They were surprised [when we got there]. They asked so this is in Accra?”
“But they said Nima is very rowdy, and the people are not nice.”, She disclosed that despite their perception about the residents of Nima, her daughters walked freely in the vicinity.
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“They walked through Nima and they were safe. Nobody did them any harm, nobody tried to attack them to take their phone.”
“Ah! So, mummy, Nima is cool and people make it look like Nima is not cool.”
“Sometimes we need to let them have these experiences to have the positive vibe because, we the media folks, sometimes we are to blame; we push the negativity more than the positives.”