Lil Win Movie Premiere in Sunyani Set for Later in July

After suspending the nationwide premiering of his new movie due to a recent accident, Kumawood Comic Actor Kwadwo Nkansah Lil Win has announced the event will come off later this month in Sunyani in the Bono Region.

Following the premiere of “A Country Called Ghana” in Kumasi on Saturday, May 25, 2024, it was scheduled to take place in Sunyani on June 1, 2024; however, it was cancelled in respect of the memory of the three-year-old who lost his life in the accident.

Over the weekend, Lil Win announced the premiering in Sunyani will take place on July 27, 2024.

“Everything was set for the premiere in Sunyani. All payments had been made. We had planned to do it after Kumasi. Now that I have recovered, we are planning to hold it on July 27 which is a Saturday. So we will be in Sunyani. After that 29th we come back to court.”

The remaining regions will subsequently receive their fair share, he revealed.

“When all that is done, we fix dates for the remaining regions. It will be held in all the remaining regions.”

An accident on Saturday, May 25, 2024, at Amakom in the Ashanti Region involving the vehicle of the actor, claimed the life of a three-year-old.

Eyewitnesses said Lil Win was overspeeding when he veered off his lane into an oncoming vehicle.

The boy who at the time was in his father’s vehicle was rushed alongside his father to the Anwiam Hospital. They were both referred to the Komfo Anokye Teaching Hospital (KATH) where the boy eventually died.

Lil Win was arrested on Monday, June 3, 2024, following his discharge from the Komfo Anokye Teaching Hospital (KATH) by the Manhyia Divisional Police Command’s Motor Transport and Traffic Directorate (MTTD) officers.

Videos on his arrest showed the actor being escorted towards the police vehicle in a wheelchair with a neck brace and decorated in bandages on some body parts.

He was arraigned in the Asokore Mampong District Court on June 3 and charged with dangerous driving, negligently causing harm and the use of an unregistered branded car.

He was released on GH¢50,000 bail by the court.

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