Inspector-General of Police, Dr George Akuffo Dampare, says Kumawood star Kwadwo Nkansah ‘LilWin’ deserves recognition for his efforts so far in upholding the country’s laws.
According to a Kasapa Fm report, he stated that the IGP’s sternness in arresting prominent names in the entertainment sector such as Shatta Wale and Medikal, who were remanded in prison detention for violations, did not bother him.
The ‘Pepper Me’ singer warned Sarah Brefo, host of the Ultimate Branch, that numerous persons in positions of power and influence will only learn how the law works if they are subjected to the IGP’s cold and cruel guillotine.
“Because people believe there are no laws in the country, bloggers, social media influencers, and media professionals occasionally behave and say anything they want.” “You will see how the laws work the day you are caught,” he warned.
LilWin warned his detractors that if it hadn’t been for his determination to avoid being labeled a bad litigant, he would have filed legal charges against some of those who had defamed his character.
He told Sarah Brefo that he would like to pay a personal visit to the IGP to thank him for his efforts.
“I genuinely want to give him a handshake, but others will assume I’m trying to curry favor with him, so I won’t fall into his traps.” But I did nothing wrong to deserve to be arrested, and I like what he’s doing,” he said.
He urged the IGP to remain steadfast and unwavering in his commitment to putting lawbreakers in their proper positions.