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‘Overhyped and overrated media hoodlum’ – Cold War As Kwadwo Sheldon Angrily Descends On Nana Aba Anamoah

Following a direct tweet Nana Aba Anamoah made tagging President Akufo Addo asking him when he will be paying the 3 million cedis he promised for the surgery of the Siamese twins, blogger Kwadwo Sheldon has taken to his page on Twitter to threw jabs at the Ghone Tv general manager.

In June this year, series of Media houses reported how doctors at ridge hospital in Accra are demanding for 3 million cedis to undertake a surgery to separate two Siamese twins.

Ghone Tv and Starrfm started a campaign to raise funds to support the parent of the twins for the surgery of which Nana Aba Anamoah was instrumental in.

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President Akufo Addo through the chief of staff Frema Opare stepped in and promised he will be taking the full cost of the surgery but from the look of things that pledge has not been fulfilled.

In a tweet, Nana Aba tagged Akufo Addo on Twitter drawing his attention to the promise and asked when he would make the money available for the surgery.

Kwadwo Sheldon who is a known campaigner of Akufo Addo has since taken offense to the tweet labeling Nana Aba Anamoah as overhyped Journalist who is chasing clouts.

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It’s unclear which part of the message he was not pleased with but in multiple tweets, Sheldon has been throwing jabs at Nana Aba Anamoah for calling out the President to fulfill a promise he made.

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