Lawrence Nana Asiamah Hanson, popularly known as Bulldog, has opened up for the first time since he was granted bail.
He was locked up behind bars for allegedly threatening the President on live TV.
In a post on social media, the artiste manager was grateful to a number of people for their support when he was locked behind bars.
He thanked former President John Mahama for their “the consolatory call and wise counsel” which he said was humbling.
Bulldog stated that he was also grateful to his wife and other family and friends who called to check up and console him.
“To the inmates I spent time with in the roughest and toughest cell in Ghana (striking force), I say be strong and God keep you safe.”
He called his legal team exceptional adding “there’s a tall list of names I owe gratitude to, God bless you all.”
“Through it all I give thanks to God for life and strength in the course of this beautiful ordeal. My resolve is unshakable with God as my strength!”
Bulldog was made to appear before an Accra Circuit Court on Wednesday, January 13, for making statements that the police interpreted as a threat on President Nana Akufo-Addo.
He was charged with offensive conduct, conducive to breaches of the peace but the artiste manager pleaded not guilty.
The court presided over by Evelyn Asamoah, admitted him to bail in the sum of ¢70,000 with three sureties. Two must be public servants.
The court further ordered Hanson to be reporting to the Police every Monday and the Police were directed to comply with the directives on disclosures.
Check out the post below:
Innumerable thanks to my big brothers His Excellency John Dramani Mahama and Ibrahim Mahama.
Your Excellency, the consolatory call and wise counsel was humbling! God bless you, sir.
To the national organizer of the NDC, comrade Joshua Akamba, the entire executive, leadership, rank and file of the National Democratic Congress around the world, words cannot express my appreciation for the concern and support.
Thank you so much. To my family and friends in the entertainment and media landscape, I say thank you for the love and support.
To Despite Media God bless you all for the love. To my wife and prayer pillar, my dad, siblings and entire family thank you for being there.
To the personnel of BNI and the Ghana Police Service, I salute your professionalism.
To the inmates I spent time within the roughest and toughest cell in Ghana (striking force), I say be strong and God keep you safe.
To my entire legal team, you are exceptional.
To every prayer said for me by friends, family, acquaintances, well-wishers and unknown admirers, God bless you all.
To all around the world that called sent messages to console me, God blessings are what ask for you.
There’s a tall list of names I owe gratitude to, God bless you all.
Through it all I give thanks to God for life and strength in the course of this beautiful ordeal. My resolve is unshakable with God as my strength! #InHisPresence#sikanhyiraadomaseda
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