‘Any Id!ot Can Go To Court’ – Lilwin States As He Reacts To The GH¢5 Million Lawsuit Slapped On Him By Martha Ankomah

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Actress Martha Ankomah has initiated legal proceedings against Kumawood actor and musician Kwadwo Nkansah, better known as Lilwin.

The legal action comes as a response to Lilwin’s recent verbal onslaught against the actress, stemming from her decision to supposedly decline an offer to work in the Kumawood film industry.

READ ALSO: Martha Ankomah Sues Lilwin Over Derogatory Remarks He Made About Her In Recent Viral Video

The saga began approximately a week ago when Lilwin took offense to certain remarks Martha made during a supposed interaction with Director Frank Garbin.

Lilwin, in response, lashed out at Martha in a viral video, using words that have been deemed harsh and unprintable.

Martha Ankomah, not taking the matter lightly, filed a lawsuit through her legal representatives.

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In a copy of the writ of summons sighted online, Martha seeks damages amounting to 5 million Ghana cedis for the defamatory statements made by Lilwin.

The actress is also demanding compensatory damages, citing a tarnished reputation as a consequence of the actor’s comments.

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The summons specifies Lilwin’s disparaging remarks, including questioning Martha’s star power, her association with GTP, and insinuations about her personal life. The document declares these statements as defamatory and seeks redress for the harm caused to Martha’s reputation.

In response to the lawsuit, Lilwin took to his social media pages to share an old viral video featuring Asiedu Nketiah of the NDC, stating, “Any idiot can go to court.”

Lilwin added a caption, “As the final arbiter of the law, the Court is charged with ensuring the Ghanaian people the promise of equal justice under law and, thereby, also functions as guardian and interpreter of the Constitution. Movie is my Life. Long live Ghana 🇬🇭 Movie,” as his reaction to the legal action.

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