Nana Aba Anamoah breaks silence on fake number plate
Broadcaster, Nana Aba Anamoah, has for the first time, broken her silence on the controversial fake number plate on a car she received as a birthday gift.
The black Range Rover was a subject of discussion on all social media platforms for days with claims the registration number already existed and belonged to a white Nissan Rogue.
The Driver and Vehicle Licensing Authority (DVLA), in an earlier statement, confirmed the said registration number was already allotted to a Nissan Rogue.
Police to investigate Nana Aba Anamoah over ‘fake’ number plate
Speaking on Accra based Starr FM, the Acting General Manager at GHOne TV said she had no idea how the fake number plate was embossed on her gift.
She said she reported the matter to the police when her attention was drawn to the number plate.
“I saw the conversations going, and the claims people were making about the number plat, but I wasn’t bothered. When I noticed the concerns about the number plate, I went to the police myself to file a report. The next day, I went to the regional CID office and filed a witness statement that I had received a car with a fake number plate.
“I took it seriously. I don’t know how this number plate came on the car, and the police are investigating. I received as a gift, I have nothing to do with it, and I don’t even have that money to buy such a car,” she explained.
Reacting to the trolls, she was subjected to on social media; the celebrated broadcaster said she was unperturbed about them.
“I’m personally happy to help the police address this issue, but for the trolls, I can’t be bothered. I just hope young people will direct their energies into more productive things than bring each other down.”
Meanwhile, Nana Aba Anamoah said she had rectified the anomaly and registered the car in her name.