- Actress Nana Ama McBrown is set to appear in court on March 25, 2021
- She is going to court following the Bulldog-Akufo-Addo’s case in which Bulldog allegedly threatened the president
- McBrown had not been able to go to court earlier because she attended to her daughter, Baby Maxin, who took ill
- Bulldog had threatened that if Akufo-Addo does not pay Menzgold customers their locked-up funds, he would not finish his term
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Ghanaian actress, Nana Ama McBrown, is set to appear before court on March 25, 2021, following the case in which Bulldog allegedly threatened President Akufo-Addo on her show.
According to information gathered by YEN.com.gh on popular Instagram blog, Cutie Julls, McBrown is being invited to court as the prime witness in the case.
She is also accused of not imposing on Bulldog to retract his statement before closing the show.
McBrown, according to the source, was not able to honour the police invitation to appear at the Police Headquarters because her daughter was ill.
She is said to have finally made it in the presence of her lawyer to issue her statement.
The order for McBrown to appear in court has not gone down well with some Ghanaians and they have criticised it.
Ezra, for instance, called it "very stupid":
ezraliahk: "Very stupid to have her go court cos of what bulldog said with the excuse that it was on her show, then they might aswel invite fada dickson and the entire utv to court kmtt."
Queen was also not in favour of it:
queenzyone: "Nonsense. They should channel that energy into making the nation great. Mtcheew, misplaced priorities."
Nii criticised the government:
niidistinction: "Nonsense government with a visionless leader."
Boateng also made his opinion known:
boatengalexis: "Nana Ama should teach Bull Dog how to respect on her show. She shouldn’t tolerate hate speech on her show."
Bulldog had said on her United Showbiz programme that if Akufo-Addo failed to pay Menzgold customers their locked-up cash, he would not finish his term.
He was consequently arrested and held in custody at the National Intelligence Bureau (NIB).
YEN.com.gh is following up on this development and will update readers when fresh information comes.
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