According to Ghanaontheglobe.com reports, Accra Circuit Court on March 25, started the trial of Lawrence Nana Asiamah Hanson, aka, Bulldog, who allegedly threatened President Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo on United Television.
The Host of ‘United Showbiz’ Nana Ama Mcbrown has been summoned by the Accra circuit court for trial in the ongoing court case between Hanson Nana Asiamah aka Bulldog and the state according Ghanaontheglobe.com reports.
Bulldog stated that, President Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo will not finish his four year term if he failed to pay customers of the defunct Menzgold after the state authority halted their activities.
Prosecution led by Chief Inspector Simon Apiorsornu, has retaken the plea of Hanson and re-read the facts of the case after amending the charge sheet and the facts.
Hanson has denied the charge of “Offensive conduct to breaches of the peace.”
The Court, presided over by Mrs. Evelyn Asamoah, admitted Hanson to his former bail of GH¢ 70,000.
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The prosecution said on January 9, this year, the programme was aired on UTV as usual and the accused was one of the panelists who appeared on the show.
Chief Inspector Apiorsornu said during the programme, the issue of Menzgold was raised and Hanson quickly responded that “The President of the Republic, Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo Addo will not finish his four year tenure if he failed to pay Menzgold customers.”
The Prosecution said on January 11, this year, the Police intercepted the said video recording on the face book page of UTV, which attracted many comments from viewers who watched and heard the accused making those “unguided” comments.
The prosecution said on January 12, this year, Hanson was handed over to the Police by the National Intelligence Bureau for investigations.
He said in the course of the investigations, the Police requested for the original video recording from UTV and it was played to the accused and he admitted having made those comments.
The Prosecution said the original video, which was in Twi and English language was forwarded to the Ghana Institute of Languages for transcription and same was transcribed into English language.