Nana Aba Anamoah says she is often described by her father as an “opportunist.”
The renowned journalist claimed that her father’s assessment of her as such stemmed from her penchant to make others work for her.
According to Nana Aba, she sees nothing wrong with her father’s description of her because she believes she uses her opportunistic behaviour positively. In a report by Adomonline, Nana Aba Anamoah acknowledged that she has no regrets and qualms about that character trait.
“My father always tells me I am an opportunist, and it is true, but I don’t regret it at all, because I like to use people positively.”
“If I come into contact with someone, I find ways to become friends with them, so I can understudy them, and I’m ready to go to every extent to serve them without hesitation because I know what I want in them,” she said.
She continued by saying that she also keeps a diary in which she lists her strengths and flaws and that, to achieve her goals, she tries to be modest.
“I have a master book with all the people I like, including Emma Morrison, Israel Laryea, Gideon Aryeequaye, and others, from whom I learned a lot.”
“I write down their strengths and weaknesses and make them my strengths.” I humble myself to get what I want and will be ready to do everything for them without hesitation, and that is how I have lived my life,” she added.