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Ghanaian actor, musician and comedian Kwadwo Nkansa known within entertainment circles as Lil Win has hailed the Inspector General of Police Dr. George Akuffo Dampare for what the comedian describes as a spirited performance in upholding the laws of the country.

He indicated that he was not perturbed by the IGP’s sternness in arresting big shots in the entertainment industry including musicians Shatta Wale and Medical who were remanded to police custody for infractions.

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The Pepper Me hit maker told host of the Ultimate Branch Sarah Brefo (S Bee), several people in positions of stardom and influence will only know the law works, if they experienced the cold and merciless guillotine of the IGP.

“Bloggers, social media influences and media personnel sometimes act anyhow and say whatever they want because they think there are no laws in the country. The day you are caught, that is where you will see the laws work,”

Cautioning his critics, Lil Win stated he would have pressed legal charges against persons who had defamed his character on air but for his decision to avoid being tagged a lousy litigant.’

He told Sarah Brefo he would love to personally visit the IGP to extend a warm hand shake to him for his efforts.

“I really wish I could go and give him a handshake but people will think I am trying to court favor so I don’t also get into his traps. But I have done nothing wrong to be arrested and I like what he is doing.” He commended.

He charged the IGP to be resolute and unflinching in his resolve to putting lawless people in their right places.

By: Ivan Heathcote – Fumador.