Nana Aba Anamoah Descends On The Sun News Paper For Describing Thomas Partey As A Player From Poverty Stricken Country
After Ghanaian footballer, Thomas Partey was signed by Arsenal, he becomes the most expensive player in West Africa which brought joy to so many fans but for a newspaper called "The Sun" they described him as a player from a "poverty-stricken" country which didn't go well with Nana Aba Anamoah who described them as "shameless"
Ghanaian footballer and Arsenal’s midfielder, Thomas Partey has recently been signed by Arsenal for £45 million from the Spanish team, Atletico Madrid.
His signing makes him the most expensive Ghanaian football export in the history of the West African nation with a weekly wage of €200,000 for the next 4 years.
His current victory has been applauded by his fans from Ghana and across the globe however, a popular newspaper abroad called "The Sun newspaper "wrote an article about him where they described him as a player from a “Poverty-stricken” country called Ghana.
This irritating statement fumed award-winning broadcast Journalist Nana Aba Anamoah who called the news portal shameless.
In a post on her Instagram page, Nana Aba went all out and stated that the paper was just pained to see foreigners climb up the ladder to success.