We Approve Of The Way The Police Handled LilWin, The Sibling Of A Deceased 3-Year-Old Boy.

The brother of the small child who unfortunately perished in an accident involving the actor LilWin, Charles Asamoah, has openly praised the Ghana Police Service’s handling of the incident.

According to Asamoah, the family went to the police station to inquire about the status of the case because they were unaware of LilWin’s incarceration.

He said that LilWin’s family supports the police’s choice to question her as part of their continuing inquiry.

Asamoah said in an interview with Evans Mensah on Joy FM that the family had not been informed of the arrest, which is why they had not first shown up at the police station.

The family is satisfied with the level of the police’s participation and the way the whole situation was resolved. We weren’t formally notified of the arrest, so we went to the police to get details. As a result, the family was not present during the hearings,” he said.

On Monday, June 3, 2024, LilWin was taken into custody following her discharge from the Komfo Anokye Teaching Hospital.

After that, he was freed on GH¢50,000 bail, and the hearing was rescheduled until June 27, 2024.

Concerning the Accident

On May 25, 2024, in the vicinity of Grace Baptist Church in Amakom, Kumasi, an accident involving LilWin occurred.

LilWin’s Benz and another car were involved in a head-on collision that resulted in multiple injuries and the tragic death of a 3-year-old child.

LilWin was among those injured, and she was promptly sent to the Komfo Anokye Teaching Hospital’s Accident and Emergency Unit. LilWin went to the KNUST CCB Auditorium on the same day as his film’s debut, “A Country Called Ghana,” in spite of his injuries.

The management team of LilWin promised the bereaved family their undivided support after the catastrophe.

We approve of the way the police handled LilWin, the sibling of a deceased 3-year-old boy.

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