Ghanaian actress and screen goddess, Nana Ama McBrown has opened up on how God lifted her from grass to grace.
According to her, she grew up knowing her mum as her only parent because her father wasn’t around until just recently.
Speaking as a guest on the Day Show with Berla Mundi monitored by 1Family Radio, McBrown noted that she grew up with her mum then she later moved to stay with her aunty and grandmother.
She continued that she met her biological father just recently but she has forgiven him and they have settled all their issues.
“Honestly speaking, I came from zero to hero, from grass to grace. I never met my father until I grew up. But now he is here and we have resolved our issues and I don’t want to say anything to hurt him.’’
I pay him a visit every two months and converse with him,’’ the screen goddess indicated.
McBrown added that she has no regrets of what she is doing now because a lot of people will love to be where she is now.
“Nursing as a profession is good, but trust me I know some nurses will love to be in my position therefore, I won’t change the person I have become now for anything else in the world because I earn salary from it,’’ she added.