Frema Ashkar breaks silence over Nana Aba’s ‘juju’ allegations

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Female broadcaster, Frema Adunyame formerly Frema Ashkar has debunked the claims that she once took GHone TV’s news anchor Nana Aba Anamoah to a ‘juju’ woman.

Nana Aba after winning RTP Media Personality of the Year took to social media to reveal how her former evil best friend tried to destroy her career 8 years ago.

According to her, though it took her years to finally forgive this “evil friend”, she is always excited seeing the person excel now in her career.

Although Nana Aba, failed to mention the name of that ‘Evil Friend, UK-based Ghanaian blogger, Chris-Vincent in a facebook and blog posts, revealed that he is well informed Frema Adunyame was the friend the formerly made reference to.

He explained how Frema Adunyame took things Nana Aba Anamoah bought for her to the juju woman to destroy her career.

“She actually took personal belongings of Nana Aba Anamoah and gifts Nana Aba bought her to the juju woman—to charm her so that viewers and management would dislike her,” Chris-Vincent Agyapong wrote.

Miss Adunyame reacting to these rumors has denied all these allegations leveled against her.

According to her, she has never in her life consulted a juju man or woman for any reason and therefore she couldn’t have been the reference point of Nana Aba’s statement.

Frema Adunyame, who is now a TV anchor at Citi TV, urged other media organizations to desist from publishing any such injurious material against her. She also advised the general public to disregard the story and treat it with the contempt it deserves.

Read her full statement below:

“My attention has been drawn to a reckless publication by one Chris Vincent Agyapong of Ghanacelebrities.com from his hideout in the United Kingdom, alleging that I, Frema Adunyame consulted a juju woman some 8 years ago to destroy another colleague at TV3, Nana Aba Anamoah…

“This has been published by other news websites including Ghanaweb.com and Ghpage.com. I would ordinarily not have given attention to this statement knowing the reputation of the author and his website but I have had to clear the air due to the many respectable Ghanaians who have expressed outrage and concern about this malicious and spurious publication…

Never in my life have I consulted a juju man or woman for any reason and therefore I could not have been the reference point of Nana Aba’s statement. The publication by Mr. Chris Vincent Agyapong is false and malicious and only consistent with his sworn strategy to damage my reputation…

“I have duly instructed my lawyers to prepare and commence legal action against the news portals involved in this grossly libelous accusation. I further urge other media organizations to desist from publishing any such injurious material against my person. I hereby entreat the general public to disregard the story and treat it with the contempt it deserves”