Bulldog detained for threatening Akufo-Addo

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Artiste manager, Bulldog, has reportedly been detained by the National Intelligence Bureau (NIB) over his claim that President Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo will not complete his second term if he does not pay Menzgold customers.

According to ABCNews sources, the outspoken Manager of Shata Wale was invited by the security agency Monday morning but has still not left the custody of the agency.

Appearing on United Television with actress Nana Ama MacBrown, Bulldog is reported to have said: “…As for the money, it will come. Like Nana Addo will run. He’ll not finish his second term, I’m telling you, ein no go finish ein 4 years”.

Prior to the 2020 election, Bulldog made similar comments about the political future of the president and he was forced to retract.

He said then, that “if Nana Addo wins the 2020 elections then there is no God because he has killed people,” speaking of the same Menzgold incident.

Power FM Presenter detained

In December last year, a presenter with Accra-based Power FM was also detained by the Police for allegedly insulting President Akufo-Addo.

A police statement said the 36-year-old Oheneba Boamah was picked up December 14 by the Police Criminal Investigation Department (CID) for “Offensive Conduct Conducive to Breaches of the Peace and Publication of False News contrary to sections 207 and 208(1) respectively, of the Criminal and Other Offences Act 1960 (Act 29).”

The police said the that Boamah did not only insult the President, but also issued a series of threats on him in a video, which he (Boamah) shared on his Facebook page.

He was detained in police custody but later cautioned and let go. He has since apologized publicly.

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