Lil Win breaks silence on his recent acc!dent

The Kumasi premiere of A Country Called Ghana took place on Saturday, and Kumawood actor Lil Win is grateful to God that he made it out alive.

Hours after the accident, the actor addressed the incident for the first time at the film’s premiere.

A white bandage covered Lil Win’s injured forehead when he was last seen.

Speaking to the assembly, he said he’d been told to stay inside.

He nevertheless made his way to the ceremony once he felt better since he could not disregard the efforts of those who attended, especially the local chiefs.

According to Lil Win, his survival in the collision was solely due to divine intervention.

He also thanked everyone who had helped him along the way.

A head-on vehicle accident that injured Lilwin and other people occurred hours before the release of his film “A Country Called Ghana.”

The incident happened early on Saturday in Amakom, an Ashanti area suburb of Kumasi.

Witnesses claim that the actor abruptly swerved into the opposite lane while traveling at high speed from the Amakom crossroads to the WAEC location.

The four-year-old child was left unconscious due to severe head injuries after the vehicle struck a private family automobile head-on, according to eyewitnesses who spoke to JoyNews.

Lilwin and his two passengers also sustained head injuries. The impact of the collision left the two cars damaged.

A third victim says her car lights were smashed by the speeding vehicle.

Akosua Boatemaa

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