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Yvonne Nelson Is Too Young To Write A Memoire – Kwabena Kwabena’s Manager Explains Why

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Manager of renowned Ghanaian highlife musician, Kwabena Kwabena, Nana Opoku Ashis, has expressed doubts pertaining to Yvonne Nelson’s ability to write a book about her relatively youthful life.

The iconic actress made headlines for a whole week after the release of her highly trended memoire titled ” I Am Not Yvonne Nelson”.

The recently unveiled book delves deep into various aspects of her life, including her childhood experiences, educational background, challenges in the entertainment industry, and the lingering question of her father’s identity.

Notably, the books also reveals details about her past relationship with award-winning rapper, Sarkodie, laying emphasis on a significant event where she was compelled to undertake an abortion after conceiving a child for the musician from Tema.

In response to the revelations contained within the memoire, Nana Opoku Ashis expressed his scepticism, while stating that the Ghanaian actress had penned the book prematurely.

Nana Opoku argued that she lacked the requisite life experiences while suggesting that memoirs are typically written by old aged men and women who are usually in their late 60s and 70s.

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