Manchester United responds to Nana Aba Anamoah after she says the club is the love of her life.
The official Twitter handle of Manchester United has replied to Ghanaian media guru Nana Aba Anamoah after she labelled the giant English club as the love of her life.

Nana Aba is a very staunch supporter of the Red Devils and she doesn’t miss any chance to rub this fact in the face of fans of rival clubs, particularly the traditional ones like Arsenal, Liverpool, Manchester City and Chelsea. The new season of the 2022-2023 English Premier League kicked off yesterday, August 6 with exciting fixtures and intriguing results at the end of the day. Manchester United has been struggling since the exit of Sir Alex Ferguson left the club in May 2013 and had another disappointing campaign last season.

They begin the journey of ending their domestic drought by hosting Brighton and hove Albion today at exactly 13:00. It’s against this background that Nana Aba Anamoah pumped adrenaline into the air ahead of the match by saying Man U is the love of her life. In reply, the club sent warm wishes to her and all their Ghanaian fans. Nana Aba and her love affair with the club turned sour when she was dragged in 2015 after she allegedly stole pictures some fans of the club took of Manchester United players and passed them off as hers.

While her tweets seemed to show that she was actually in England (her location was on) at the time of the tweets, the authenticity of those pictures became a subject of controversy after some Twitter users including the supposed real owners of the pictures made claims that she was lying about being there.  The people believed to be the real owners of the pictures had previously put up the pictures they took on social media where Nana Aba sourced from and edited them in a way that showed she was there physically.

Apparently, she also posted a picture of their ticket as hers. We all knew what happened thereafter, which also include her sacking from TV3 where she was the mainstream news anchor at that time. Meanwhile, see the tweet from Manchester united to Nana Aba Anamoah;