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Go Back To London On Your Profile – Nana Aba Anamoah Slams Lady Who Begged Her For A Nanny Work

Lady begged nana aba anamoah for work
Go Back To London On Your Profile - Nana Aba Anamoah Slams Lady Who Begged Her For A Nanny Work

The level of ‘fake life’ on social media has sadly forced a lot of people to miss their helpers.

A young lady, Adwoa Charity, who apparently and miraculously lives in the United Kingdom has asked Ghanaian media personality Nana Aba Anamoah for help.

According to Adwoa, she is 26 and in need of a job in Accra as a nanny or a housekeeper.
“I am 26 years Please I urgently need a job in Accra as a nanny or a housekeeper with accommodation. Thanks”

In a savage reply, Nana Aba has asked her to go back to London where her bio says:

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“Why don’t you go back to London, United Kingdom where you’re from as your profile reads?”

Go Back To London On Your Profile – Nana Aba Anamoah Slams Lady Who Begged Her For A Nanny Work

As expected, netizens reacted:

@Tytus360:
“But how can somebody from the United Kingdom (London) be looking for a nanny or housekeeper as a job,😂 not disrespect tho but that’s why sometimes people think Facebook is a joke”

@munroe_blvd:
“vawulence anyday peace is never an option”

@munroe_blvd:
“but nana aba is right lol”

Source: OccupyGh.com

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