Media General has apologized to its viewers over the lost in transmission which coincidentally occurred at a time their former Anchor, Nana Aba Anamoah was on stage to present an award.

According to them, it was a technical fault which was rectified immediately in order for them to get back on stage to continue the program.

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Social media users accused the TV network of deliberately ‘orchestrating’ the glitch over their ‘beef’ with their former Anchor who is now with GhOne TV.


The Popular TV presenter, Nana Aba Anamoah’s made a “prank” on Twitter which turned out to be an expensive one, as her employer TV3, decided to suspend her “until further notice.”

The management felt embarrassed following the social media frenzy and subsequent media reportage on Nana Aba’s trolling on Twitter and other social media platforms.

A disciplinary committee was subsequently set up by TV3 to look into the matter while the board of the company also thoroughly discussed it at a meeting, where Nana Aba explained to the management that the owner of the pictures sent the photos to her which she tweeted to suggest that she was at Old Trafford but indeed she was not.

She subsequently joined GhOne TV where she serve as host of State of Affairs, a current affairs program.

2018 VGMA Artiste of the Year

The 2018 Vodafon Ghana Music Award (VGMA) was held held Saturday 14th April and the late Priscilla Opoku Kwarteng popularly known as Ebony Reigns has made history as the first female to win the ultimate prize for the night.

She prevailed over Joe Mettle, Shatta Wale, Sarkodie and Stonebwoy to crown 2018 VGMA Artiste of the Year.

The dancehall songstress who lost her life earlier this year in a car accident was tipped by many including EL to win the highly prized award of the night at the 19th Vodafone Ghana Music Awards.

Aside the Artiste of the Year Award, Ebony Reigns won two other awards, Album of the Year with Bonified, Afro Pop Song of the Year with Sponsor in addition to her Maame Hwesong which won her manager Bullet, the Song Writer of the Year award.

Ebony’s father and mother joined Bullet and other members of RuffTown Records to receive the award.