According to Nana Aba Anamoah, it is difficult being a woman because women are always being asked sex for almost everything.
The mother of one of and ace journalist commented on ‘BBC’s Sex For Grades’ exposé brouhaha, to draw attention to how sex demands for interviews in the Ghanaian media space also happen.
According to the Gh One TV broadcaster, at any given opportunity, a man will ask a girl for sex, in order to get something from them. During her statement, she said such sex offers happen in the media too.
In a video sighted pulse.com.gh, she said “ it’s difficult being a woman, you are going to be asked for grade, sex for job … sex for everything it doesn’t end, let me just drop it here, there have been times when guests have also asked for sex for interviews”.
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Nana Aba Anamoah Blows Cover On Sex For Interview Transactions In The Ghanaian Media Space [Watch] • • Lately, Slay Queens have flooded Ghanaian TV stations in the name of TV presenting, trumpeting the worry that, these Slay Queens are compromising and lowering the standard of journalism in Ghana. Now, Nana Aba Anamoah has just rang the panic alarm on what some of these TV Presenters go through, to bring you the news. In case you wonder how some of these TV Presenters get politicians, influential personalities and footballers exclusively on their shows, Nana Aba says it sometimes comes with such guests, requesting for sex in exchange for interviews. She disclosed this whilst talking about the BBC Africa Eye exposè on Sex For Grades scandalous documentary. [We now have the link to that full documentary in our Instastory] However, about Nana Aba’s claim of sex for interviews, @FameBugs will take the matter serious and fire our gossip machinery on its six cylinders, to keep up with this matter. Stay with us here!! _______________________________________________________ #NanaAbaAnamoah #GhOneTV #SexForGrades #SexOffer #Interview #Scandal #Broadcaster #Journalism #Ghanaian #Celebrities #Gossip #Enews
Source: Pulse Ghana