A female TV show host on Chairman Wontumi’s personally owned TV station known as Cindy Cash has boldly alleged that Nana Ama Mcbrown has called Fadda Dickson to officially quit her job as host of United Showbiz.
Cindy Cash while on live TV claimed that Mcbrown’s resignation (unconfirmed) comes on the back of the disgrace she has been greeted with following the show she hosted last Saturday 9th July 2022.
She explains that Actress Nana Ama Mcbrown told Fadda Dickson that she can’t continue because of the shame she has been into and thus has a reputation to protect regardless hence has quit the post as host.
Cindy further disclosed that Fadda Dickson after the Actress informed him of her solid decision to lay down her tools, Fadda has been in a state of unrest and has requested Nana Ama to reconsider her decision.
Cindy’s claims come after she earlier alleged that Nana Ama Mcbrown has called Chairman Wontumi to beg and ask for forgiveness.
According to Cindy Cash, following the backlash from Ghanaians in relation to all the negative things Afia Schwar said about Chairman Wontumi, Nana Ama Mcbrown has called the astute businessman to personally apologize to him.
Cindy Cash added that Nana Ama Mcbrown told Chairman Wontumi she was set up and never knew beforehand that Afia Schwar was going to slander and drop false information about him on her show.
Cindy Cash who claimed her words were not cushioned by the love she has for Wontumi and being his employee also asserted in her rants that her boss wasn’t aware she was going to spill all the heavy secrets on live TV.
Meanwhile, in other related news, The Ashanti Regional Chairman of the New Patriotic Party (NPP) Bernard Antwi Bosiako aka Chairman Wontumi has sued Accra-based UTV, Fadda Dickson, Nana Ama McBrown, Afia Schwarzenegger and some panellists of United Showbiz.
In response to remarks made about him on the UTV primetime entertainment program titled “United Showbiz” that aired on Saturday, July 9, 2022, Chairman Wontumi is suing these people and the media network.
Although the exact list of reliefs that Chairman Wontumi is asking the court for in this case is not yet known, we can state with authority that the lawsuit was filed yesterday.