Comedian claims Lydia Forson was wrong in assault saga

Kwame A Plus has weighed in on Lydia Forson's trending 'physical assault' brouhaha claiming she was wrong.

The incident is said to have happened while she was on set around the National Film and Television Institute (NAFTI) premises in Accra on Sunday afternoon.

The issue was met with mixed reactions on and off social media with many questioning Lydia's use of the F-word and other abusive language.


Reacting to this, Kwame A Plus has said the officer who hit Lydia's phone for filming him during the heated altercation was only doing his job and that makes the actress wrong.

In a Facebook post, A Plus noted (unedited):

"Some people are angry that a security officer prevented Lydia Forson from taking pictures at a particular locations without permission. The same people are angry that some people attacked a police station, killed a police officer and freed 7 suspected criminals. How many of us can go to the American Embassy or even the Togo embassy and take pictures and say “I have the right to hold my phone?”

Which security person will be happy to see people taking pictures at a place where you are not supposed to just 2 days after his colleague was shot and killed at post?

We are the same people who will turn around and post on social media that the laws don’t work. The sad part is that the #fakemediawill not condemn this.


I didn’t even post the video because of the language she used on an officer whose is only doing his job….."


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