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Accusations of neglect by family of late three-year-old unwarranted, says Lil Win

The death of the child has been condemned by many because, to them, it was avoidable if the comedian had slowed down and respected traffic regulations

Multifaceted Ghanaian celebrity Kwadwo Nkansah, better known as Lil Win, has stated that the accusations of neglect by the family of the late three-year-old Richmond Tawiah Ampomah are unwarranted.

Before the premiere of his movie titled “A Country Called Ghana’, in Kumasi, Lil Win and some members of his team were involved in a gory accident that led to the death of a three-year-old boy.

The death of the child has been condemned by many because, to them, it was avoidable if the comedian had slowed down and respected traffic regulations.

The family of the young boy has complained about the disregard shown by the camp of Lil Win following the death of their son.

But in a statement shared on his Instagram page, Lil Win indicated that the accusations of neglect by the family of the late three-year-old boy are unwarranted.

According to him, some of his crew members also sustained various injuries and therefore they had to attend to them to secure their lives.

The death of the three-year-old, however, saddens him and that, together with other members of his team who sustained various injuries, are currently receiving treatment.

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