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I abandoned my medical school admission due to pregnancy – Nana Aba Anamoah reveals

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Renowned Ghanaian media personality, Nana Aba Anamoah, has opened up about how she abandoned an admission to be enrolled in the medical school.

In an interview with 3 Music TV, she disclosed that she did not pursue her medical school admission because she was pregnant at the time she received the letter.

During the interview, Nana Aba Anamoah said the sacrifice was necessary for the well-being of her child.

“Did I sacrifice school? I did. For one year, and I’ve never said this before, but I got admission to medical school. You know, I was a science student as well, so I got admission to medical school, and I had to let that go,” she noted.

Nana Aba Anamoah via Instagram/@thenanaaba

She said although she did not have initial plans to become a medical doctor, it was her father’s aspirations for her.

“My father wanted me to be a doctor. I didn’t want to be. My father thought I’d be a fantastic doctor. He was living his life through me. I think he wanted to be a doctor; he couldn’t do it, so he thought, ‘Oh, my daughter will be a doctor,’” she explained.

Reflecting on the situation, Nana Aba Anamoah acknowledged that becoming a doctor would have been a wrong choice.

“I would have been a disaster, and it came at the right time,” she confessed.

Nana Aba Anamoah

Interestingly, she noted that her father, despite his initial expectations, was understanding. “For my father, he was not bothered because we were very close,” she added.

Anamoah also hinted that this experience together with other experiences which have shaped her to become successful motivated her involvement with “Woman of Valour.”

The initiative, she mentioned, seeks to shed light on the untold stories of women and their struggles, aiming to inspire and empower others.

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