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AMERICAN WOMEN APOLOGIZE TO GHANAIANS AFTER BACKLASH FROM NANA ABA & OTHERS OVER DEGRADING COMMENTS

The American lady Jessie Clark Funk, whose short clip about her experiences in Ghana infuriated Ghanaians, has expressed regret for her words.

After a video of Jessie Clark discussing her experiences in Ghana was shared on Instagram and afterwards on other platforms, Ghanaians began to harass her on a regular basis.

She described Ghanaians in the video as starving, poor, and living in filth.

Social media users called her out on her account of the status of Ghana, led by broadcaster Nana Aba Anamoah.

Jessie Clark Funk, who is thought to be a member of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, apologized via her Instagram account and said that her statements had been misinterpreted.

She claimed to have visited Ghana twice, once with her daughter, and to have great admiration for the nation.

She asserts that she has gained a lot from Ghanaian culture and will never disparage it.

Nana Aba Anamoah, who objected to her former portrayal of Ghana and Ghanaians in general, accepted her apologies.

“A video I made talking about my experience in Ghanaian was taken completely out of the context and there are many upset people from Ghana which breaks my heart because I love and respect the people of Ghana and their beautiful country so much.

“I have been there twice, once with my daughter. We learned so much from their amazing culture and deep wisdom. I cherish my experience there and I’m sorry that something I said didn’t reflect my love for your country. I sincerely ask for forgiveness,”she said.

 

 

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