Nayas1 Disgraces Herself On TV, Fails To Spell ‘Boy’ And ‘Conference’ – Watch Video

 Nayas1 Disgraces Herself On TV, Fails To Spell ‘Boy’ And ‘Conference’ – Watch Video

The words ‘boy’ and ‘conference’ may currently be the worst nightmares of actress Gladys Mensah Boaku, popularly known as Nayas1 as she miserably failed to spell the two simple words when she appeared on the ‘Celebrity Ride with Zionfelix’ show recently.

Even though the movie producer failed to spell the words, she launched a very strong defense for her failure. Nayas1 stated that her failure to spell the two words was not because she could not spell them but she did not see the need. She stressed that her young daughter could have spelled the two words when she was still in kindergarten.

The controversial personality further stated that she felt that many Ghanaians always measured people with their educational background which was not right. She added that there are many people who have achieved a lot in the world but do have a common junior high school certificate.

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Well, in as much as Nayas1 has a very solid point about how people use certificates as the basis for the measurement of success, many people including, Ernest Opoku and Ama Waddle will not care but find a chilled bottle of Sobolo, drink and laugh at her for making such a huge ’embarrassment’ of herself.

Watch the video of Nayas1 goffing big time in the interview below:

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