Lilwin reacts to the gruesome murder of student nurse in Mankesim
Kwadwo Nkansah Lilwin has made an enthusiastic allure encouraging the public authority to escalate the guideline of media content with an end goal to check ceremonial killings the nation over.
The entertainer’s comments come after the collection of Georgina Asor Botwe – a 25-year-old missing nursing understudy – was unearthed from a condo in Mankesim in the Focal District on Tuesday.
Police say the suspects – a so called Minister, Michael Darko and Christopher Ekow Clark, the Tufuhene of Akwakrom, a suburb of Mankesim – admitted to killing the young lady for cash ceremonies during cross examination.
The news has left occupants of Sikafuambantem a suburb of Mankessim stunned, while numerous Ghanaians are likewise with consternation.
Tending to the turn of events, Lil Win blamed the media for what he depicted as advancing ceremonial killings through broadcast of content commitments fast roads to riches.
In a self-recorded video, he said a few television and Radio broadcasts are complicit in giving their foundation to individuals to promote cash multiplying plans that prompt both the youthful and old to carry out offensive violations just to become rich short-term.