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REVEALED |“I Was Among The Top 3 Ghanaian Celebrities Who Weren’t Invited For The Meeting With The IGP Yesterday” |Lil Win Sparks[READ]


Lil Win has disclosed that he has not been invited to the meeting the IGP had with Ghanaian celebrities.

The actor is expressing shock over his exclusion from the invited celebrities as he says he is among the top 3 celebrities in Ghana.

Speaking on Accra100.5 FM’s ‘Ayekoo Ayekoo’ mid-morning show on Thursday, November 11 2021 as observed by wildLEAKx, he bemoaned the fact that he was left out of the encounter.

According to him, he only heard of the meeting after he had met Agya Koo at the airport on the day the meeting happened.

“I met Agya Koo at the airport; it was through him that I got to know persons in the creative arts industry had a meeting with the IGP in Accra and I had no idea about it; nobody invited me, nobody told me about it,he said.

He continued thatany meeting that has taken place in Accra concerning celebrities, I’ve never been invited but I’m among the top three celebrities in the country”.

Further expressing his shock over not being invited, he askedso, if there’s a meeting to discuss issues concerning the industry, isn’t it strange that the celebrities Ghanaians listen to and love, like myself, were not invited?

If I were present, maybe my suggestion would have been considered but they assume Lil Win is a child”, he added.

The Kumawood actor concluded that “ there were producers and actors present but maybe because I’m the last born, they assume I’ll get to know whatever was discussed there, so, I have no problem”.

The IGP and police administration’s stakeholder meeting with creative arts industry players happened yesterday at the Police CID Headquarters and it saw the likes of Shatta Wale, Stonebwoy, Kwame A Plus among others present.

The meeting, which was moderated by Okay FM’s Abeiku Santana, was called by the Inspector-General of Police, Dr George Akuffo Dampare, to provide a platform for the creative arts stakeholders to openly discuss security issues affecting their industry.


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