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Martha Ankomah, Lil Win to Settle Court Dispute

Martha Ankomah filed a lawsuit against LilWin, accusing him of tarnishing her reputation following his public outburst on social media, claiming that Ankomah's GTP brand ambassadorial deal was influenced by politicians and not earned on merit.

Ghanaian actor Kwadwo Nkansah, also known as LilWin, has provided updates on his ongoing legal issues with his colleague, actress Martha Ankomah.

He revealed that they have appeared in court twice, hoping to reach a peaceful resolution through legal mediation.

LilWin expressed hope for a positive outcome, implying that the proceedings are moving in the right direction for an amicable resolution.

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He also stated that both parties had agreed to a court-ordered confidentiality clause, which prevented media coverage of the case, explaining the lack of public discourse on the subject.

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“We’ve attended two court sessions. The details are kept from the public eye, as we’ve consented to take action against any blogger who discloses information about the case. The path to settling this dispute looks promising. Martha’s acting prowess is something I truly respect. Post-resolution, I plan to involve her in my next film endeavour. I’ll personally discuss the script with her and will share her decision with everyone,” he stated.

Martha Ankomah filed a lawsuit against LilWin, accusing him of tarnishing her reputation following his public outburst on social media, claiming that Ankomah’s GTP brand ambassadorial deal was influenced by politicians and not earned on merit.

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