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"It Is Stupid For Anybody To Want To Publish False News” - Bulldog (VIDEO)

Ghanaian Artiste Manager, Lawrence Nana Asiamah Hanson has described the act where some media personnel publish false news about other people in order to make money and generate traffic for their site(s) or blog(s) as stupid.

According to Bulldog, such practice is unprofessional and needs to be curbed.

In an exclusive interview with, after a meeting with the Inspector General of Police (IGP), Dr. George Akuffo Dampare, the Artiste Manager said “I think it’s a very sad situation and if I am supposed to choose my words well, I will say it is stupid for anybody to want to publish false news”

“What will drive you to put out false information and to what end? Is it monetary?”

The Artiste Manager who described ‘money’ as ‘cheap’ further questioned; what will one gain from tarnishing the image of another.

“So I don’t know why someone will mess up the image of another for financial gains and I think we should put a clamp to it.

Bulldog commended the IGP for granting audience to the Creative Arts Industry and was confident that the State Security Institution will protect the lives of he and his colleagues.

“I think it’s a good call and I don’t think it should be a one-day event, it should continue. I think every quarter of the year, we should assemble and discuss with the police, the various stance we do among others” the Artiste Manager disclosed.

“I know some of these stances go overboard but if we reach a consensus, we could do it better and we will have a lot of room to operate in our space,” he said.

He charged his fellow Creative Arts Industry players to be law-abiding stressing that being tagged a ‘Celebrity’ in Ghana does not make such individuals above the laws of the land.

“We should also understand that we are not demi-gods and we should understand that we can be touched or the law can grip us when it has to. We should work within the realms of the law” he concluded.

Watch the video below:

Story by: Joshua Kwabena Smith



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