Popular radio presenter, Kwame Nkrumah Tikese, has come clear after being bashed for allegedly tagging Nana Ama McBrown as an ungrateful being.
After McBrown joined Media General, some news portals made a publication which claimed Tikese has berated the popular actress and television personality.
But in a post sighted by Zionfelix.net, the Okay FM presenter denied berating Nana Ama.
He explained that the video of him which circulated online has no connection with McBrown’s exit.
Kwame Nkrumah disclosed his close relationship with the former United Showbiz host.
He was unhappy about the reports made about him. The radio presenter, therefore, commanded the blood of Jesus to deal with those who made such a false report.
“I’ve seen a video of me circulating on the Internet, maliciously suggesting that it has something to do with Nana Ama Mcbrown’s exit from UTV. I hereby state emphatically that, the video has no connection with Ama’s exit…
, it was in relation to a topic of a Driver and his mate who returned a huge amount of money found in their car and were merely compensated.
For the records, Nana Ama and I are not friends. We are family. She is my sister. I visit her anytime I feel like and we have a good relationship. Again, I aside my morning show on Okay FM, I have never step foot to UTV, neither do I even know what happens around. Even when it was reported that she had quit, I was the last person to find out,” he Tikese said.
He added: “I command the blood of Jesus to descend on anyone who maliciously and fictitiously accused me over that video, especially you bloggers.
“Ama called me over to her house for an explanation and as a big brother to her, I drove to her house and explained. She also had time for me and explained her reasons for leaving.”