“I recall with fondness how my very distinguished TV career journey began at TV3. The struggles and sacrifices we endured, sometimes at the expense of our lives and the risk of losing close families and friends.”
Nana Aba resigned from TV3 on Monday citing largely ingratitude on the part of her employer.
The presenter had been involved in a media frenzy following her prank twitter post.
She was later suspended indefinitely by the station.
Nana Aba, who felt betrayed over her suspension, lamented that she went through “thick and thin” to project the image of TV3.
I tried to resign so many times
In her resignation letter, Nana Aba recounted how she shelved her career and future ambitions, as a sign of respect, to serve the company diligently.
“My firm belief, unquestionable loyalty and commitment to the TV3 brand have never been in doubt. Indeed, I did everything humanly possible to guard jealously, protect firmly and stand by TV3 through thick and thin; an action that has earned me many foes within my social circles. I tried to resign on a number of occasions to pursue other interests or further academic studies, but TV3 persuaded me to defer my decision on all occasions. Out of respect, I obliged.”
She said, “the decision by the management and board of TV3 to suspend me was rather disappointing and a sign of ingratitude from an organization that I have committed twelve years of my adult life to.”
“For something I consider peripheral and not even remotely connected to the elements of my job (which I have delivered with uttermost capability), I was expecting the management and board to be more circumspect in their decision making; suffice to say you have a responsibility to manage an organization and
I also have a responsibility to pursue my chosen career honorably and all the respect that I can garner,“ she added.
I will fight photo theft tag
She further reiterated her earlier position that “ I have never been involved in what you described as photo theft and will do everything within my power to repair the damage that your publication may have caused.”