‘Nobody Should Make Excuses For Him, Funny Face Must Face The Law’ – Arnold Asamoah-Baidoo On Kasoa Accident

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Renowned entertainment critic and pundit, Arnold Asamoah-Baidoo, has made a compelling argument for the full force of the law to be applied to comedian and actor Funny Face, following his recent involvement in a tragic accident.

Speaking on UTV United Showbiz, Asamoah-Baidoo minced no words in emphasizing the need for accountability and justice in such cases.

READ ALSO: Funny Face Remanded For Two Weeks After Kasoa Accident

During the program aired on Saturday, March 30, 2024, Asamoah-Baidoo expressed his unequivocal stance, stating that those attempting to shield Funny Face from the consequences of his actions should cease their efforts.

He asserted that Funny Face must be held responsible for his actions, particularly in light of reports indicating that the incident was a result of drunk driving.

The incident in question occurred on the evening of Sunday, March 24, when Funny Face, born Benson Nana Yaw Oduro, collided with four individuals—a mother with two children and a motorcyclist—at Kakraba, Kasoa.

READ ALSO: Funny Face To Adopt 1-Year-Old And 5-Year-Old Children Involved In His Accident

The comedian was subsequently arrested and charged with drunk driving and careless driving on Tuesday, March 26.

Despite his celebrity status, Funny Face is not exempt from the repercussions of his actions as argued by the award-winning pundit.

Asamoah-Baidoo emphasized the severity of the situation, highlighting the dire consequences faced by the victims, some of whom have reportedly undergone amputations due to the severity of their injuries.

The aftermath of the accident has been marked by tragedy, with one victim remaining in a coma while the others receive treatment at the Winneba Trauma Centre.

Earlier, Isaac Asare, the brother of one of the victims, detailed the challenges they faced in securing medical attention, underscoring the gravity of the situation.

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