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- Kweku Baako sued Kennedy Agyapong for defaming him
- Dawson-Williams took to Facebook to congratulate Kweku Baako
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Kennedy Agyapong's baby mama, Moira Dawson-Williams, has expressed her happiness after news broke that veteran journalist, Abdul Malik Kwaku Baako, has won a court case against the MP.
Dawson-Williams has congratulated Kweku Baako for schooling the controversial lawmaker in court.
The outspoken woman took to her Facebook page to simply applaud Kweku Baako after winning a defamation case against Kennedy Agyapong.
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Dawson-Williams wrote, "Congratulations Andul-Malik.."
Earlier, YEN.com.gh reported how Kweku Baako won a defamation suit against Kennedy Agyapong.
An Accra High Court on Friday, June 26, 2020, ruled that the firebrand legislator pays GHC100,000 damages and a cost of GHC30,000 totaling GHC130,000, for making defamatory comments against the Editor-in-Chief of the New Crusading Guide newspaper.
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The seasoned journalist went to court after Kennedy Agyapong defamed him on his radio station, Oman FM.
Kweku Baako says the MP used strong words against him and further dared him to go to court
The court gave Kennedy Agyapong 30 days to retract and apologies thrice on the same platform he used in defaming the journalist.
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Kweku Baako had sued the Assin Central MP at the Accra High Court, seeking damages to the sum of GH¢25 million for defamation.
According to Kweku Baako, the lawmaker defamed him on a radio talk show called Boiling Point on Oman FM and Adom Badwam talk show on Adom FM on separate dates.
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