When Nana Ama McBrown debuted on Onua Showtime and the responses it received on social media

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Nana Ama McBrown, an actress and renowned figure in the entertainment industry, has been in the news ever since she joined Media General’s Onua TV in March.

Since then, the renowned screen queen, who got her start as a TV host as the host of UTV’s United Showbiz, has kept her admirers and TV viewers on the edge of their seats with what fresh thing she was bringing to her new residence.

And perhaps the anticipation for McBrown’s Onua Showtime debut on Sunday, April 30, was too high.

The actress’s video promoting the upcoming TV show last week got people talking on social media before the official debut on Sunday.

As soon as the show started running, McBrown drew a lot of attention on Facebook and Twitter, and in all honesty, social media couldn’t get enough of her.

Her supporters and social media commentators expressed their love for her by posting their thoughts on the new television program, which many believe would draw big audiences to Onua TV.

Many of the comments praised the charisma and adaptability of McBrown.

Fred Kyei Mensah, a well-known music producer and engineer, wrote, “Onua Showtime, so far so good. exceptionally interactive. Amazing television images. Review to follow.

Journalist Stephen Anti shared this view, “Onua TV took a deep dive into the tough terrain of live studio audience with Nana Ama McBrown. In just the first hour.

From Don Mallam Paino, “Official Nana Macbrown❤️ (Real fans???? of BRIMMM)???? is peerless”.

Veronica Zormelo Attah had this to say, “Wow this show is Dope ????…. I am enjoying myself.. Please where is the popcorn ???? ???????? #OnuaTV, #onuashowtime”.

“The show’s on point. Nana is a top notch presenter. Well done Nana Ama Mcbrown,” Anita Nartey posted.

For Susan Naa Lamiley Lamptey, “What a way to kick start the maiden edition!!! Thumbs up TV3gh. Nana Ama McBrown you ROCK!!!

However, not everyone was happy with it because some social media commentators expressed some doubts.

On Facebook, Nana Koo Nti expressed the following opinion: “Am I the only one who feels the show is dull and overly crowded? The set is nice, however it appears bebree…as for Facebook views de3, y3n nyinaa nim de3 efiri…”

VGMA New Artiste nominee Ewura Abena, award-winning Gospel artist MOG, comedian OB Amponsah, Yaw Tog, Fameye, Dope Nation, and King Promise were among those McBrown spoke with in the inaugural episode.

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