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‘Whom God Has Blessed, No Man Curse’ – McBrown’s Shade to UTV At Onua TV Show



Ghanaian actress and television host, Nana Ama Macbrown, has launched her latest program, Onua Showtime with Mcbrown, following her controversial move from United Television to Onua TV.

The launch took place on April 30, 2023, and was attended by several top musicians, including King Promise, Fameye, Lasmid, MOG Music, and Ewura Abena Music.

During her introductory remarks, Nana Ama Macbrown took a jab at rumours surrounding her move and reassured her fans of her unwavering tenacity.

According to her, the newly birthed program has already received several big sponsors, which will help push the agenda of the show. Nana Ama expressed her gratitude her sponsors and said that the program’s success is a testament to the saying that “whom God has blessed, no man can curse.”

“I am very happy and honoured as a married woman who hasn’t been in a public space but has received a lot of gifts,” she said. “I mean my sponsors. Yes, a program like this, with these big sponsors, proves that what you see is the doing of the Lord, and it is marvellous in our sight. May God be praised. I give big thanks to our sponsors,” she said.

Onua Showtime with Mcbrown promises to be an exciting new addition to Ghana’s television landscape, with top musicians and guests expected to grace the show in the coming weeks. The program is set to feature interviews, music performances, and other segments that aim to entertain and inform viewers.

The show is expected to feature exclusive cuisine and games, along with real-life superheroes who inspire and motivate viewers to celebrate their successes and learn from their struggles.

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