UTV invests over GH¢50,000 every weekend to produce the powerful United Showbiz.

Kwaku Manu, a Kumawood veteran and Onua TV presenter, has come to the defense of Nana Ama Mcbrown, who recently left Despite Media to join Media General’s Onua TV as a host after three years working on the United Showbiz.

McBrown’s departure has caused a lot of controversy, with some people calling her “ungrateful” for leaving Despite Media, while others have praised her for choosing her reputation and peace of mind over money.

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Amidst this controversy, Kwaku Manu has spoken out in support of McBrown, stating that any animosity between McBrown and Despite Media is unfounded.

Kwaku Manu alleged that Despite Media’s Managing Director, Fadda Dickson, has been very good to McBrown, even spending about $10,000 on her second arm surgery. He confirmed that McBrown was given special treatment at Despite Media, but that does not make her a bad person for leaving the company.

He explained that the production of the United Showbiz is a costly affair, with the company spending not less than GH¢50,000 every weekend to give viewers quality content. These monies go towards paying guests, regular pundits such as Kwame A-Plus, Arnold Asamoah Baidoo, Mr. Logic, and Bulldog, who grace the show every weekend.

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Kwaku Manu concluded his statement by urging all those attacking McBrown to stop their unwarranted criticisms as it is unnecessary. In summary, Kwaku Manu has joined the few people who are defending Nana Ama McBrown following her departure from Despite Media.

He has alleged that Despite Media’s Managing Director, Fadda Dickson, has been good to McBrown and that the company spends a lot of money to produce quality content for its viewers. Kwaku Manu has urged everyone to end the cold criticisms against McBrown.

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