In the words of Nana Ama McBrown, Ghanaians can anticipate a thorough chronicling of her life in a soon-to-be released memoir.
She stated that this narrative would be recorded in a variety of formats, such as audiovisuals, written material, and so forth.
She disclosed this after Robert Klah of CharterHouse PRO questioned why her life and the lives of other role models weren’t meticulously documented.
Robert Klah made the following claim during an interview on DayBreak Hitz, which was monitored by 1Family Radio: “In Ghana, we don’t have too many role models, and her story has also been told enough. Elsewhere, you will have a story put together in such a way that you’ll know this is a package. They’ll showcase how she started, tough times, and so on.’’
In reaction to this assertion, McBrown revealed that she is presently working on publishing a book in addition to other platforms that will convey the story of her life.
She states that the endeavor began two years ago and that George Quaye and Arnold Asamoah-Baidoo, two prominent media figures, have been leading the charge.
“It’s coming. I am doing something like that. I am documenting everything in a book, audiovisual, and many more,’’ Nana Ama McBrown revealed.
“George Quaye and I are doing something on it. We started, like, two years ago. Arnold Asamoah-Baidoo is also helping me on the project,’’ she added.
Nana Ama McBrown will join the ranks of Ghanaian celebrities and media figures who have chronicled their life stories upon the publication of her autobiography.
In 2023, individuals such as Yvonne Nelson, Adjetey Anang, and Gifty Anti released their memoirs, which document their fascinating life experiences and insights.
A number of these revelations sparked lengthy, heated discussions and controversy on social media.