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LilWin reacts to Martha Ankomah’s GH¢5m defamation suit

Actor Kwadwo Nkansah, also known online as LilWin, from Kumawood, posted a social media post that some believe is a subdued reaction to the defamation case that fellow actress Martha Ankomah brought against him.

The actress claims that on February 8, 2024, LilWin launched a social media diatribe against her without cause since she allegedly turned down opportunities in Kumawood, the Twi film business, on a regular basis.

Martha Ankomah maintains that LilWin’s accusations, such as her purported categorization of Kumawood plots as absurd, are untrue. Rather, she contends that the actor’s remarks were false and disingenuous, damaging her reputation among rational Ghanaians.

LilWin reacts to Martha Ankomah’s GH¢5m defamation suit

She requested the court to grant her five million Ghanaian cedis in damages, compensatory damages, an injunction against the defendant, and an order requiring him to recant his words and issue an apology.

Nevertheless, LilWin posted a video of National Democratic Congress Chairman Johnson Asiedu Nketiah making the claim that “any idiot can go to court” in a post that appeared to indicate that he is unconcerned about the lawsuit.

LilWin wrote, “As the final arbiter of the law, the Court is charged with ensuring the Ghanaian people the promise of equal justice under law and, thereby, also functions as guardian and interpreter of the Constitution,” as the caption for a photo on his official Instagram page, supporting Asiedu Nketiah’s line of reasoning. My life is a movie.

Asiedu Nketiah, often known as General Mosquito, is well-known for his amusing commentary. He originally made this claim during the 2012 general elections, when the opposition New Patriotic Party (NPP) chose to challenge the 2012 presidential election results in the Supreme Court.

Asiedu Nketiah clarified his remarks in December 2023, following the NDC’s legal challenge to the 2020 presidential election results. He was attempting to convey the idea that being the first party to file a lawsuit in a dispute does not automatically imply guilt or innocence on the part of the defendant.

“When they say that you have been taken to court and even before the matter is heard, you are declared to be guilty, that is the response you have to give”, he explained, adding: “Somebody taking you to court does not make you guilty”.

“I said that any idiot can take you to court but it is the judges who will decide whether the case is sensible or not and that is the process we have in Ghana.

“Our law indicates that any idiot can go to court, but there are people who are saying that when you say any ‘idiot’, the meaning is that those who go to court are idiots; they have problem with logic or English”, he said.

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