Stop attributing people’s success in Ghana to sakawa, drugs and ashawo – Nana Aba

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Broadcaster, Nana Aba Anamoah, has reprimanded individuals who constantly say any affluent Ghanaian got money by questionable methods to cease such mentality.

To her, when a guy achieves financial success, many people in the nation say without evidence, that it is via unlawful drug transactions. While other males are also regarded as obtaining money via sakawa, according to Nana Aba, the success of most women in the nation is also ascribed to prostitution.

Sakawa is a Ghanaian name for criminal operations which blends contemporary Internet-based fraud with African conventional ceremonies.

“When you make it as a guy in this nation, people blame it to sakawa or narcotics. You make it as a woman, you’re ashawo. People who do this are eternally locked in a snake pit. Wake up from the silliness and seek to make your life better too. God be with us all.”

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Her message comes at a time when social media users have been split regarding the affluence demonstrated by children of certain affluent members of the society, and the beautiful exhibition of actress Jackie Appiah.

Last week, Goddy, the son of Nana Kwame Cheddar, made a magnificent arrival at the Ghana International School’s (GIS) 2022 prom.

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The son of the billionaire was one of the numerous privileged youngsters who went viral after their participation in the school’s function.

Days later, the exquisite furnishings in Jackie Appiah’s house stunned many Ghanaians.

These incidents provoked many social media users to wonder how she had gotten such products via shady ways without any evidence.

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