A member of the National Democratic Congress(NDC) and defeated presidential hopeful, Stephen Atubiga has called on Ghanaians to boycott Nana Ama Mcbrown show or anything linked with the actress over a video that has currently gone viral.
Over the week, the leader of the main opposition party and former President of Ghana, John Dramani Mahama had a virtual conversation with Ghanaians were he shared his thoughts on current happenings and how he would have approached the Covid 19 crises if he was still President.
The actress who clearly wasn’t pleased with the former President, recorded a video were she was seen knocking the head of the former president on her screen.
The video has gone viral and has caused the NDC member to load his frustration on the actress.
According to Stephen Atubiga, Nana Ama Mcbrown is a disgrace to herself and her integrity. Stephen Atubiga also gave the actress 24hrs to retract and apologize for her action or else suffer the repercussions that comes with it.
“I am calling on all Ghanaians to boycott all Nana Ama Mcbrown’s shows , any movie she has been featured in. Including all commodities she has endorsed.
All the electronic product Nana Ama Mcbrown has endorsed should be boycotted immediately by all.
Her disrespect insulting with impunity on JDM shows , how irresponsible and very childish she can be. She does not fit or have the moral right to endorse any product for public consumption.
Nana Ama Mcbrown is a disgrace to herself integrity, to the highest level.
Nana Ama has 24 hrs to retract and apologize to JDM and the leadership of the NDC , as JDM being our candidate and our leader.
If Nana Ama fails to Apologize to JDM , 1000% regrets will come her way.
Very irresponsible unacceptable behavior towards JDM.
We are calling on all her endorsements contracts abrogated, after 24hrs we will also come after her sponsors.
Our supporters will burn her movies and most of the products she has endorsed, as protest of her irresponsible behavior towards JDM.
Let’s wait and see.”
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