4 February 2013

Ghana: Nana Ama Mcbrown in Horrific Accident

Beautiful and popular Ghanaian actress, Nana Ama McBrown was involved in a horrific car accident on the George Walker Bush highway at Lapaz, a suburb of Accra on Wednesday morning around 2am.

According to Eugene Osafo-Nkansah of Peacefmonline, the actress has been admitted at the surgical ward, but the cause of the accident was immediately not known.

Her boyfriend, Maxwell Mensah, who was with her in the car returning from a movie location when the accident occurred, said a vehicle crossed them on the highway and all of a sudden they found themselves in the hospital.

Meanwhile, Maxwell Mensah has had his arm broken, but Nana Ama at the time of filing this report was still being attended to by doctors. The state of her condition is immediately not known.

The 38-year-old award winning Ghanaian actress, born Felicity Ama Agyemang has since been admitted at the 37 Military hospital.

Nana Ama was born in Kumasi and grew up in Kwadaso. She attended Peters International school, moved on to Melesota International and then to Central International. She continued to Kwadaso L.A. J.S.S, completed and went to Prince of Peace Secondary School, all in Kumasi.

Later, she attended the College of Business intending to become a Secretary. In 2007, the movie 'Asoreba', co-starring Agya Koo and Mercy Asiedu, turned Nana Ama into a household name.

Since then, Nana Ama has slowly built a strong following by releasing a slew of critically acclaimed movies. On 15 July, 2007, Nana Ama was enthroned as the Nkosuohemaa (or ceremonial queen-mother of development) of Assin-Basiako, near Assin-Fosu in the Assin North District of Central Region, Ghana.

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