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Martha Ankomah Drags Lil Win to Court

A writ of summons has been given from the High Court, Accra, ordering the presence of entertainer Kwadwo Nkansah, falias Lil Win.

As indicated by the document, dated February 14, 2024, endorsed by the Chief Justice of Ghana, Gertrude Araba Esaaba Sackey Torkornoo, the court action was "commenced against" Lil Win "by the above-named Offended Plaintiff", distinguished as entertainer Martha Ankomah.

Lil Win, noted as the Defendant, was "directed that in no less than eight days after service of this writ on you, inclusive of the day of service, you truly do make an appearance be placed for you".


He was cautioned that assuming he neglect to register his appearance in like manner, "judgment might be given in your nonattendance minus any additional notification to".

The news was broken on Accra 100.5 FM's midmorning show, Ayekoo, facilitated by Nana Romeo. As of late, Lil Win plunged on Martha Ankomah with unprintable words. He was reacting to Martha's alleged denigration of Kumawood, a Kumasi-based rural-Ghana film movement.


Lil Win, evidently, learned of urban Ghana movie star Martha's accounted for scorn for Kumawood from ilm director Fiifi Gharbin, in a confidential discussion. According to reports, Gharbin told Lil Win that Martha had said she didn't like Kumawood films because they didn't make sense. She additionally said, it is affirmed, she could never work with Kumawood abilities.


Considering the obnoxious ambushes, remembering deprecating Martha's importance for the film business, Gharbin has requested that Lil Win issue an unqualified statement of regret to Martha. Lil Win turned into a VIP entertainer and comic by means of Kumawood.



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