Recidivism: Moment Nana Aba Anamoah confuses Nana Ama Mcbrown, UTV panelists with big English (Watch)

Nana Aba Anamoah demonstrated her flawless proficiency in the Queen’s Language once again when she was hosted in the studios of United Television (UTV) by Nana Ama Mcbrown. 

Taking her turn on the popular United Showbiz program alongside regular panelists Bulldog and Kwame Plus, the renowned TV personality asserted strongly why politicians who breach the law should be hurled behind bars indiscriminately.

The GHOne boss opined that it’s only through this brutal approach that the deplorable state of prisons scattered across the length and breadth of the country can be fixed.

While struggling to express herself in the Twi language which is the mode of communication on the TV station, Nana Aba found solace in English by dropping the word Recidivism.

The studio went haywire with a cacophony of noise and euphoria after which the host of the show Nana Ama Mcbrown warned her jovially to be careful with the big words.

According to an online dictionary, Recidivism means the tendency of a convicted criminal to reoffend.

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In other news, one Angiewood, a budding Afrobeat musician has just confirmed this theory by going n.ude on Facebook live to promote her new song.

The young lady is seen twerking and occasionally flashing her hairy vajayjay as she entertains her followers in the over 10minutes long video we sighted on FB.

At a point in time, her bundle finished which interrupted the live session and occasionally she asked the fans to share the video otherwise she would just pull the plugs.

Angiewood however returned seconds later to continue with it while begging for a bundle to be sent to her number so she could unleash more doses of her crude modus operandi on them.

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