Nana Aba Amoah: If we start imprisoning politicians, they will treat prisons in the same way.
When we start imprisoning politicians, they will begin to reform the prison system, according to Nana Aba Amoah.
Nana Aba Anamoah (born June 19, 1980) is a Ghanaian media personality who works in the entertainment industry. In the years leading up to her retirement from TV3, she was a newscaster and host of popular programmes such as The Divas. Current positions include General Manager of GHOne TV and Starr 103.5 FM radio station.
A member of the Women's Premier League committee in Ghana, Nana Aba is a former international soccer player. As an avid supporter of Manchester United and the Accra Great Olympics, she is also a football enthusiast.
Nana Aba Anamoah's net worth is believed to be in the region of $400,000 at this time. She is one of the wealthiest female journalists in Ghana.
Nana Aba Anamoah, one of Ghana's most popular broadcast journalists, has recommended the country's law enforcement officials to begin arresting politicians who are found to be in violation of the law.
Nana Aba, who appeared as a guest on UTV's united showbiz show, presented by Nana Ama Mcbrown, stressed that the best way to improve prisons is for politicians to spend time in prison themselves.
In her opinion, politicians will continue to make bogus promises until they are able to really witness what the inmates are going through.
She went on to express her dissatisfaction with the institution, stating that some inmates are unable to feed themselves because of a lack of funds.
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