Kwame A Plus, a political activist and musician, has urged ace broadcaster Nana Aba Anamoah to reconsider her decision not to support people in need.
Nana Aba’s choice is based on some disheartening news regarding a young guy she assisted in getting a job.
Despite having a master’s degree, the man had been unemployed for six years, according to Nana Aba. She planned to utilize her connections in high places to get him hired by one of her pals out of good will.
However, the individual teamed up with two of his colleagues to steal about GHC100,000 from his employer, who had promised him a position for GHC4,500 per month.
Nana Aba, who had been betrayed, resorted to social media to express her disappointment and pledged to stop doing nice things in order to keep her hard-won reputation.
However, A-Plus believes that Nana Aba’s painful experience should motivate her to do more for others.
In his opinion, one person’s negative attitude should not prevent her from extending helping hands to hundreds of people who are in desperate need of assistance.
He wrote: “You can’t be so done my dear. You’ve helped over hundred people. One thief can’t spoil the chances of another good hundred people.”