Nana Aba Anamoah finally breaks silence on fake number plate.
Renowned Ghanaian Broadcaster and General Manager for Ghone TV,Nana Aba Anamoah has finally broken silence on the controversial fake number plate on a Range Rover she received as a birthday gift.
The black Range Rover, which was reportedly gifted to media personality, on her 40th birthday last week, became headline news on social media after it turned out that the number plate was registered to a white Nissan Rogue.
A statement released by the DVLA on Tuesday, June 23, confirmed the said number plate was duly registered and assigned to the Nissan Rogue.
It said, however, that the checks in its system indicated that the Range Rover had not been registered.
Reacting to this, the TV goddess told Morning Starr host Francis Abban she personally took steps to rectify the anomaly and got the vehicle registered in her name.
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“I was in the office with my colleagues and love ones on my birthday and I received a message that there was a present out there. I went out with my friends and there was this black monster and I was happy and I went around it. I was happy for the gift just as I was with the numerous items I had received since morning from different people.
“Later on, I saw the conversations going viral on social media 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 officer 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.
“I am 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.”