Involved in the investigation in which Bulldog purportedly threatened President Akufo-Addo on her program, Ghanaian star Nana Ama McBrown shall appear before a judge on March 25, 2021. In accordance with information gathered, famous McBrown has been summoned to court as the case's key witness.
She's now guilty of not urging Bulldog to rescind his assertion prior to the programme's completion. According to the information, McBrown has been unable to comply with the police request to appear at Police Headquarters since her child was hospitalized. She is also said to have reportedly arrived at her attorney's office to make her statement.
Many Ghanaians already voiced their discontent with the warrant for McBrown to show up in court and have condemned it.
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