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Jon Benjamin: British High Commissioner 'screws' Nana Aba Anamoah over grammatical error

British High Commissioner to Ghana, Jon Benjamin

After the 2-2 draw game, Nana Aba, who is currently with EIB Network’s Live FM and GH One TV, took to Twitter to share her views on the match but used Pidgin English.

British High Commissioner to Ghana, Jon Benjamin, has chided TV and radio personality, Nana Aba Anamoah over grammatical error after the West Ham United and Leicester City on Sunday, April 17.

After the 2-2 draw game, Nana Aba, who is currently with EIB Network’s Live FM and GH One TV, took to Twitter to share her views on the match but used Pidgin English.

 

“West Ham dey worry,” Nana Aba Anamoah tweeted and immediately had response from Jon Bejamin, who is also one of the staunch West Ham United fans.

 

Jon quoted her tweet saying, “No @thenanaaba the only thing we’re worried about is the spelling, syntax and grammar in some of your tweets!”

 

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