Popular TV presenter, Nana Aba Anamoah has set a good example of kindness for the world to follow, after she reached out to David Zeal, a disabled boy who uses his condition to solicit for assistance.
According to the TV icon, she got to know about David through a lady’s Instagram post. She said she was touched by his predicament and search for assistance to better his living condition.
The GHOne TV news presenter therefore decided to come the poor boy’s aid by taking him in as one of the coordinators for her newly established NGO – Raising Readers in Ghana.
“I got to meet David through an Instagram post by a lady (sus_place). I’m happy to introduce David as one of the coordinators for Raising Readers Ghana. We rise by lifting others” she disclosed via her Facebook page on Monday.
I got to meet David through an Instagram post by a lady (sus_place). I’m happy to introduce David as one of the cordinators for Raising Readers Ghana. We rise by lifting others.
Nana Aba had earlier in the year, announced her establishment of Raising Readers in Ghana – a foundation aimed at improving reading among children aged between 6 and 13.
Dancehall artiste Shatta Wale was among well meaning Ghanaians who had so far offered support to the foundation. The dance hall musician donated exercise books to the NGO ahead of its launch.
Currently the presenter of The State of Affairs on EIB Networks GHOne TV, Nana Aba ranks among the most respected and influential single Ghanaian women at the moment.
Known for her outspokenness, the ace TV presenter has won up to three awards in the course of her profession. This includes, TV Personality of the year, Ghana Journalist Association News Reporter of The Year, TV News Anchor of the Year.