The interview which lasted for over an hour and 30 minutes had Nana Yaa Brefo touch on a lot of key issues that bother on her shocking resignation and in particular, the speculations that her supposed infamous interview with Nana Ama Mcbrown forced her to resign.
On record, she stated emphatically that her resignation has nothing to do with Nana Ama Mcbrown and the speculations that her bosses forced her to resign after she failed to apologize to her publicly.
When the question about why her former colleague, Omanhene Kwabena Asante was the one who offered the apology to Macbrown and the others who felt peeved instead of her was asked, Nana Yaa Brefo disclosed it was the decision of people at the helm of affairs.
She further touched on the actual reason why she resigned.
According to her, it was because of some personal reasons, stressing that most of her former colleagues who are still with the Multimedia Group Limited can attest to this.
She, however, promised that at a time, which is not in the too distant future, she would grant another interview to clear the air and reveal the actual reason.
Watch her interview with Kofi Adomah below