About a month ago, Nana Aba sparked a Twitter storm when pictures she tweeted suggesting she was at Old Trafford to watch her favorite team Manchester United were not hers and that she was not at the stadium during the game.
The Manchester United supporter was widely criticized and mocked on social media.
Although she explained that the entire incident was a prank and apologized, the management of TV3 in a dramatic turn suspended her for what it described as her involvement in “online photo theft.”
A statement signed by the company’s Chief Executive Officer, Augustus Dickson on that Saturday October 3 said “After preliminary investigations internally, and in accordance with TV3’s own commitment to the highest level of professionalism, management has decided to take Nana Aba Anamoah off air until further notice.
Many of Nana Aba’s followers criticized TV3 heavily describing the suspension that was made public as highhanded and unfair.
There had been a huge campaign on social media with many influential personalities calling for her reinstatement considering her enormous contribution to the network almost in a decade.
But the station did not heed to the calls.
It is unclear where Nana Aba is headed to with her media career.
Below is a copy of Nana Aba’s resignation letter