Director-General of Public Affairs of the Ghana Police Service, ACP David Senanu Eklu has mentioned that, the action of Lilwin, Abeiku Santana and Utv involving the Police into the arresting of female Blogger Ohemaa Candice was not a call for action.
A female blogger was kept in police grips after publishing a fake news report about Ghanaian actor Kwadwo Nkansah alias Lilwin on her website.
The report published on ghsplash.com had it that the Kumawood star accidentally knocked down a man with his customised Chevrolet Camaro at the Peace FM Car Park on Monday.
The report added that some unidentified persons were also knocked down at the Peace FM Ship House Car Park before clarifying that Lilwin indicated that he did not knock anyone down.
In recent issues, Abeiku Santana believes that because the fake story the lady wrote about Lilwin involves him knocking a lady down with a car, it becomes criminal and not civil.
Abeiku also adds that because the lady puts a story about Lilwin being involved in a hit and run, somebody could have just seen him and out of anger caused an injury on him, which is also a criminal matter. He finally makes the point that because the story of the lady is not true, and the pictures she used in the story are very fake, it becomes a criminal matter because it causes an image damage to Lilwin.
In an interview with the Director-General of Public Affairs of the Ghana Police Service, ACP David Senanu Eklu with Andy Dosty on Hitzfm, Mr David Eklu mentioned that, the story published by Ohemaa Candice did not cause panic with regards to Lilwin’s issue,
“There was no fear and panic with regards to the Lilwin issue so I am surprised the Police was even involved.” ACP David Eklu stated
“The action of the Police was wrong and the kind of Blogger’s offense does not warrant the use of handcuffs.” Mr Eklu continued