Nana Aba Anamoah, the legendary broadcaster and General Manager of GhOne TV and Starr FM, has formally inaugurated her charity foundation, ‘Hearts Wide Open.’
At the event, the well-known media personality stated that the foundation will help less fortunate Ghanaians.
Nana Aba’s varied charitable activities have had a positive impact on people’s lives over the years.
She has regularly provided financial assistance to pupils in order to keep them in the classroom so that they might eventually make a difference in society.
She keeps track of job prospects that come her her through her social and professional networks.
This enables her to quickly assist unemployed youth who need assistance. From hawkers to single mothers, she’s had a long list of such opportunities.
Sir Sam Jonah, Nana Kwame Bediako, Bola Ray, and Kingsley Agyemang, Registrar – Ghana Scholarships Secretariat, were among those who attended the foundation’s launch.
Ebetoda, a former street hawker who was saved by the broadcaster and is now a TV presenter, also spoke of his encounter with Nana Aba.
Ebetoda, whose real name is Raphael Obeng Owusu, remembers sleeping on the streets of Accra when he initially went to the capital from Kumasi in search of greener pastures.
He expressed gratitude to Nana Aba for the possibilities he had been provided, noting that he had now been able to create his own shop selling goods.
Serwaa Amihere, a media personality, hosted the event, which featured performances by award-winning songwriter and vocalist Kofi Kinaata.