Naa Ashorkor’s bizzare experience on the Accra-Tema Motorway will leave you speechless

Naa Ashorkor

Naa Ashorkor, a Ghanaian TV host and media figure, has admitted that she was robbed for the first time while traveling on the Accra-Tema highway and that she has never fully recovered from the incident. She revealed this on TV3’s New Day program when talking about the condition of the Accra-Tema expressway road.

Naa Ashorkor claimed that she and another family were robbed jointly, which led to their determination never to use that particular path again.

Every time I use the motorway, I am scared. The first time I used the motorway in my life, I was robbed on the motorway. I was coming from Akosombo, I was with a family, I think they were an Egyptian family. And we were robbed on the motorway. So I decided I was not going to use the motorway again,” she revealed.

She continued, saying that when she found herself using the route once more, she had turned to prayer. Further expressing her concern for individuals who travel the road every day, Naa Ashorkor urged the authorities to take action. “Fast forward to some time in 2014, I went back to using a motorway because I had to go to Pram Pram. And every time I hit the road, I pray. When I tell you, I say Psalm 23 and the Lord’s Prayer the whole time. I’m not joking. It’s a scary experience, and it’s gotten worse now, I don’t know how people who come from Tema to Accra are able to do this every day. It must be very difficult. “Clearly, the road is bad now. The tollbooths have made it even so much worse, and we’re calling on the government to do something about it now,” she said.

In addition to a number of other individuals, including artist Sarkodie, Naa Ashorkor has called on the government to start work on the Accra-Tema highway. The Vodafone Ghana Music Awards 2016 (VGMAs 2016), held at the Accra International Conference Centre, were hosted by Naa Ashorkor and actor Chris Attoh. For eight years, she also presided over the Miss Maliaka contest.


She made her film debut in Shirley Frimpong Manso’s 2008 film.Askorkor got her start in radio as a host of The Zone, a mid-morning program on Starr 103.5 FM. She is a businesswoman who owns two companies: April Communications, which produces plays, and Jaarno, a digital market for food. From 2017 to 2020, she worked as a broadcaster for the Multimedia Group, hosting the shows Showbiz A-Z and Strong and Sassy.

She relocated to Asaase Radio at the end of June 2020, where she hosts the programs Just Us and Between Hours. She served as the host of the 3Music Awards in March 2021. Ashorkor represents Unilever Ghana as the Lifebuoy Hand-Washing Ambassador, Verna Mineral Water as the Autism Awareness Ambassador, and DKT International Ghana as the Lydia Contraceptives Brand Ambassador.

She also represents Verna Mineral Water as the Verna Mineral Water Autism Awareness Ambassador. Ashorkor had appeared in a number of well-known television ads, most notably for Tigo Ghana’s Drop That Yam and Yensor Nkoaa ads.

SOURCE: Senali News Ghana

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