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Akrobeto Commends Police for arresting Lil Win, check out his reasons

Veteran Ghanaian actor Akwasi Boadi, better known by his stage as Akrobeto, has expressed his feelings over the recent incident involving his colleague LilWin, which unfortunately claimed Tawiah Ampomah's life at the age of three.

LilWin's role in the accident and his actions afterward, according to Akrobeto, do not bode well for his reputation or social status.

He applauded the Ghana Police Service's choice to hold LilWin for interrogation and emphasized the significance of treating everyone equally under the law, regardless of their level of popularity.

Speaking on UTV, Akrobeto counseled other celebrities to behave in a way that inspires their fans.

Akrobeto

He emphasized the impartiality of the law, stating, “Upon your release from remand, it's important to make wise decisions because, in Ghana, no one is above the law. We, as public figures, must lead lives that inspire others, avoiding such incidents.”

Akrobeto continued, “When you deviate from the right path, the law will intervene without exception. Pastor Owusu Bempah, for instance, was taken into custody and subsequently issued an apology. There have been others who have faced legal consequences for their actions,” he said in Twi.

LilWin was detained by police on Monday, June 3, 2024, after being discharged from the Komfo Anokye Teaching Hospital. He has since been granted bail of GH¢50,000, and the case has been adjourned to June 27, 2024.

The incident has sparked discussions on the responsibilities of public figures and the importance of adhering to the law, regardless of one's status

Randy Osei Akoto

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