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Bussiness Man Arrested And Sent To Court For Insulting NPP MP On Whatsapp


A businessman, Nana Yaw Ntim who allegedly insulted Mr Carlos Ahenkorah, Member of Parliament (MP) for the Tema West Constituency was arrested and sent to court for verbally abusing the MP on WhatsApp.

The suspect Mr Ntim in the prosecutors stated was accused for constantly raining insults on Hon. Carlos Ahenkorah on Party WhatsApp platforms called, ” Vibrant 2024 NPP, ” and ” speak your mind NPP, ” without any provocation.


According to the prosecutor, Mr Ntim has made it his daily meal to insult Hon. Ahenkorah.

Even though the Member of Parliament has nothing against him, his name is always brought into disrepute breakfast, lunch and super on the platforms. Supporting their argument, the prosecutor presented to the court a pen drive containing all the whatsapp audios of Mr Ntim insulting the MP.

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Although he admitted that he’ s the speaker in those audios, he pleaded not been guilty of commiting any crime. An Accra District Court has granted a GHC10, 000. 00 bail with two sureties pleaded not guilty to offensive conduct.

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Defense counsel of the suspect told the Accra District Court that such trivia issues of not criminally related and only internal party wranglings so the court should allow NPP to settle their own matters amicably.

Just as requested , the case has been referred to the New Patriotic Party (NPP) for an Alternate Dispute Resolution (ADR).

The parties are expected to be back in court on 24 May, 2022  to give report on the settlement.

Verbal abuse in itself is not criminal and not settle in court, however if the statement of the person contains threat or serious allegations which boarders on criminality, such should report to the police. When reported, The petitioner should be able to provide evidence beyond that proving his or her accusations

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Frank Oteng known professionally as Ghlagatin is a Ghanaian celebrity blogger, freelance journalist, and reporter.He is the founder of Ghlagatin.net, an entertainment website. He graduated from Accra Technical University, ATU with a National High Diploma in Interior Design.


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