I Nearly Had An Accident After Fred Nuamah Humiliated Me At The Ghana Movie Awards – Musician Reveals

 I Nearly Had An Accident After Fred Nuamah Humiliated Me At The Ghana Movie Awards – Musician Reveals

Nana Frema

Ghanaian musician and actress Nana Frema Koranteng has made the shocking revelation about how she almost got herself crushed in a car accident after CEO of Ghana Movie Awards, Fred Nuamah, and actor Kalybos treated her in the worst forms of ways at the Ghana Movie Awards which took place at the Kempinski Hotel on December 30, 2018.

Nana Frema speaking with Zionfelix on ‘Uncut’ made the revelation that even though she was billed to perform at the awards event, Richard Asante (Kalybos), who was the host of the show and the organizer of the show, Fred Nuamah decided to sabotage her and make her appear only on the stage when almost everybody else had left the auditorium.

According to her, because she was so frustrated, she nearly had an accident. She added that the thought of the amount of time and money she invested into making sure she gives patrons at the awards a very spectacular performance at the awards, just like the Sarkodie does, was what nearly caused the accident.

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The sad Nana Fremah finally pointed out that Fred Nuamah should have acted right by her. Especially as he is very aware that she is a growing artist who does not need this sort of psychological breakdown this early in her career.

Watch the video of Nana Fremah’s interaction with Zionfelix below:

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