Kwadwo Nkansah ‘LilWin,’ the popular Ghanaian actor, has praised the Inspector General of Police, Dr. George Akuffo Dampare, for what he sees as a spirited performance in maintaining the country’s laws.
According to LilWin, the IGP’s sternness in arresting prominent names in the entertainment sector, including Shatta Wale and Medikal, who were held in police jail for minor violations, did not bother him.
The now footballer told Ultimate Branch anchor Sarah Brefo that numerous persons in positions of power and influence would only learn how the law works if they are subjected to the IGP’s cold and cruel guillotine.
“Bloggers, social media influencers, and media professionals occasionally behave and say anything they want because they believe the country is devoid of rules. When you are apprehended, you will see how the laws function.”
LilWin warned his detractors that if it hadn’t been for his resolve to avoid being labeled a bad litigator, he would have filed legal proceedings against some of those who had defamed his character.
He informed Sarah Brefo that he would want to pay a personal visit to the IGP to thank him for his efforts.
“I really want to go offer him a handshake, but I’m afraid others will think I’m attempting to curry favor with him, so I won’t fall into his traps.” But I did nothing wrong to deserve to be detained, and I like what he’s doing.” He applauded.
He urged the IGP to remain steadfast and unwavering in his commitment to putting lawbreakers in their proper positions.