Legal practitioner and host of Joy Newsfile has advised TV3 news anchor, Nana Aba Anamoah to resign from the station because the station has unduly embarrassed her.
The lawyer believes that the situation may not order well for her career if she continues to stay at the broadcasting firm.
The Accra based broadcasting firm over the weekend suspended their broadcaster her alleged involvement in a photo theft which received some media backlash especially on most of our social media platform.
In a statement Saturday, TV3 said: “After preliminary investigations internally, and in accordance with TV3’s own commitment to the highest level of professionalism, Management has decided to take Nana Aba Anamoah off air until further notice.
“As a broadcast network that prides itself in upholding high ethical standards and delivering credible and trustworthy content to its viewers, TV3 would like to assure viewers and other key stakeholders that it shall continue to take all necessary steps to maintain such standards”.
Samson Lardi Anyenini stated that the broadcast firm should have stated clearly which portion of their ethics has been breached by their broadcaster.
“If I were her advocate, I would have advised her not to give them the time and chance to revoke that suspension because they may be minded to revoke the suspension because of the public backlash.
“I would have advised her to just go ahead and jump; she should ditch them. She should go ahead and throw in her resignation and move on. And I want her to prove to her haters and also her lovers that she has value in the market and that she has some pride about her price,” Anyenini stated.
Nana Aba Anamoah last week posted a photo which she edited to appear as if she was at Manchester game but later the owner of the photo released several other photos to counter her claim.
Later Nana Aba Anamoah apologized on her twitter page that it was only a prank.
“It was all meant to be an innocent prank. Sorry to all who got offended by that joke. I have learnt my lessons. Some jokes are really expensive indeed.”
“Should I have explained earlier? Yes. But I was mourning the loss of my dad in London at the same time. He died 2 weeks ago,” she explained.
The suspended broadcaster is yet to officially make any comment after her suspension by the Accra based TV station.