In her documentaries and writings, her prose-like commentaries take you on a journey of self-discovery, revealing a side of the African continent previously undocumented, stories of Africans by Africans. For Nana, her motivation for moving from the world of curating art to writing about the African continent, her birth soil, comes from a deep-seated desire to empower people through education. Growing up in Ghana and abroad, she always noted a gap in the stories about Africa that comes from the undocumented histories of the continent her own people. Her interest is in unearthing untold stories and staging platforms of cultural exchange and theorizing about art from Africa within Africa.