Ghanaian Songstress, Nana Yaa Thomas, simply known in the Music Industry as Nana Yaa, has revealed what pains her most in life, aside what she went through as a young lady growing up in Liberia.
According her, when she looks back and realized she could not attend school in her early ages, it brings bad feeling and wish she had an opportunity to be educated, like her peers in the Music Industry had.
“Sometimes I feel some insecurity about myself, ..the fact I couldn’t go to school. …Sometimes when my children return from school, I sneak into their bags, and learn from their books and learn to do long writing.” She said.
Nana Yaa was speaking on a Personality Programme, “Written in the Stars” on TV3. The interview may not be new to some Television viewers, but her pain, surely lingers just as some other Ghanaians who are doing well in their career fields, yet, without basic education.
Asked about her father, Legendary Pat Thomas, Nana Yaa said she is cool with him and they have been speaking, but was quick to hint that, it is not as she wanted and has learnt to accept the situation.
Nana Yaa Thomas does High-life like her father, Pat Thomas and Kojo Antwi. She also does some Afro Soul songs and in recent time she’s becoming the toast of many night Music Programmes, especially where the audience look forward to a great African feeling.
She’s got the opportunity to work with Kojo Antwi on many albums and has performed with him on big stages. She worked with other artistes in the past, but stayed far longer with Maestro Kojo Antwi, than all.

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