Nana Ama McBrown, the well Ghanaian actress, has admitted that she was terrified to host a live television show.
She didn’t feel secure enough to engage Ghanaians on the show, according to her, but Fadda Dickson motivated her.
“I was afraid of the beginning,” she told Nana Aba on Starr Chat. It was a live event, and I had no idea what to expect.
“I didn’t want Ghanaians to insult me or my family or pry into my personal life; I don’t want scandals or anything that might tarnish my image.” I was having trouble from the start, but Fadda Dickson encouraged me and offered to help me through the show. Fadda is always willing to help.”
She also praised her regular panelists, Arnold, Bullgod, and A-Plus, for their tremendous efforts and viewer support.
She also mentioned that her biography, which will be released in January of next year, would chronicle her twenty-year career in the entertainment business as well as other fascinating aspects of her brand’s development.