Father of Nana Aba Anamoah’s son enstooled as Chief in his hometown

Popular businessman and father of Nana Aba Anamoah’s son, Richard Brown has been enstooled as a Chief.

In a photo sighted by, Richard popularly known as Osibor sat on the throne with his kingsmen.

After posting the beautiful photo, he captioned “Nyame ay3 bio anka menso me ne whan .”

The photo which received a lot of likes and comments got his friends and family wishing him all the best as the new Chief of his hometown.

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Nyame ay3 bio 🙏🙏🙏🙏 anka menso me ne whan 🙏

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They took to the comment section to express their support and love for him:

@ellapams showered accolades on Richard Brown: “Lion King .” @sneakerovahoes expressed admiration for the new Chief: “Long live king Zara.”

@ajosh_blaq congratulated Richard Brown: “Congrats Chairman


@_mrs_asante heaped praise and congratulated Richard: “Congratulations.”

@afiaboatemaaowusu had this to say: “Ohene nya Nkwa daa.”

However, has published a story about Berla Mundi as new photos of her at TV3 surfaced.

In seven photos that were published, Berla Mundi looked excited and refreshing, depicting that she is enjoying her new job at TV3.

She was trending recently after announcing her resignation from the EIB Network where she had worked for five years. Berla Mundi in a resignation message expressed gratitude to her CEO, Bola Ray for giving her an opportunity

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