Actress turned TV host Nana Ama McBrown has revealed that Ghanaians may anticipate a thorough chronicling of her life.
She declared that this is not only a memoir and that it would be preserved in a variety of formats, such as texts and audiovisuals.
She disclosed this information in response to Robert Klah of CharterHouse PRO asking why her life narrative and the lives of other role models aren't comprehensively documented.
Robert Klah said, “Her story hasn't been told enough, and we don't have too many role models in Ghana,” during a DayBreak Hitz debate. There will be other places where a tale is assembled, so you will recognize this as a bundle. They'll highlight her beginnings, difficult moments, and so on.
In reaction to this assertion, McBrown said that she is presently working on publishing a book in addition to other platforms that will tell her tale.
George Quaye and Arnold Asamoah-Baidoo are two smart media figures who have been leading the effort, which she claims began two years ago.
It will arrive. That is what I am doing right now. Everything is being recorded by me in book, video, and many other formats. Myself and Goerge Quaye are working on it. We began around two years ago. I'm getting assistance from Arnold Asamoah-Baidoo on the project as well,” she revealed.