Video: See How Kasoa Vandamme Was Whisked Away By The Police In A Rambo Style
By Societywatch | self meida writer
Published 16 days ago - 30 views
Popular Ghanaian comedian, Funny Face aka Kasoa Vandamme was arrested on Monday in a Rambo style by the police for illegally fighting warning shots at a drinking pub.
According to Funny Face who narrated his ordeal, he was attacked by some men at Kasoa Walantu, and the only way he could escape the mob attacked was to fire warning shots as self-defense to flee from the scene. He was released on Tuesday afternoon after he was granted bail by the police.
However, the pub owner made an official complaint to the Millennium City Police station in Kasoa, who forcefully arrested the “children president” to assist investigations. The police will have none of the pleas from onlookers who sympathized with Funny Face.
Meanwhile, the pub owner too was arrested for leading a mob attack on the multiple award-winning comedian cum musician. Kindly see below how Benson Nana Yaw Oduro Boateng was whisked away the police.
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