Beef Alert: Fada Dickson cancels all Nana Ama Mcbrown’s shows on UTV

It has been reported that popular Ghanaian actress and TV host Nana Ama McBrown’s cooking show, McBrown’s Kitchen, was not aired last week during its scheduled time. Despite this, McBrown claims that she received no prior notification that her program would be taken off air.

In her attempts to understand the situation, McBrown reportedly made several unsuccessful phone calls to Fadda Dickson, the Managing Director of Despite Media, the parent company of UTV, the television station that airs her show. Fadda Dickson declined her calls, and McBrown also failed to receive a response from the marketing and communication team.

It is important to note that McBrown’s Kitchen Show is a self-financed program, and it is not aired free of charge. However, it appears that no one informed McBrown that her show was being taken off air, leading to speculation that the cancellation was a form of retribution for McBrown leaving UTV without notice.

While the situation between McBrown and UTV remains unclear, it is evident that McBrown’s fans are eager to see the return of her popular cooking show.

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