Artiste manager, Lawrence Nana Asiamah Hanson popularly known as Bulldog has narrated the grueling experience he had during his arrest by the National Intelligence Bureau (NIB).
The manager, having been granted bail, took to his social media page on January 22 to speak on his arrest.
According to Bulldog’s post, he was subjected to acts by the NIB which the constitution frowns on.
“My Miranda rights weren’t read to me. I was abducted. The cloak and dagger snatch by trigger happy gumshoes sent from the presidency on that momentous afternoon was meant to cower,” he explained.
Mr. Hanson described it as an infringement on his right, but, indicated that he wouldn’t be broken by the incident saying “however, I remain resolute with God as my strength.”
Bulldog was locked up behind bars for allegedly threatening the President on live TV but was later granted a bail in the sum of ¢70,000.
Below is his post:
◄ Chapter One ►Orders From Above — The Presidential SwoopIn the sweltering heat of January eleventh, twenty twenty…Posted by BullGod Of Bullhaus on Friday, January 22, 2021
- Ablakwa kicks court writ on the ground upon service by bailiff
- Rev Kusi Boateng injuncts Ablakwa from further publications on him
- Rev Victor Kusi Boateng sues Ablakwa for defamation
- I’ve instructed my lawyers to act on Rev Kusi Boateng’s injunction against me – Ablakwa
- GRA withdraws $672m back-tax demand from MTN Group
- Ebenezer Kojo Kum resigns as Chieftaincy Minister
- I kicked out 6 social media influencers from set – Yvonne Nelson reveals
- I did national service in Aliu Mahama’s office despite being NDC member – Sam George
- Teacher confesses to having sex in classroom with 12-year-old, police say
- University of Ghana VC must go – Concerned students demand
- Gates Ag One supports project developing Africa’s self-fertilising crops with $35m
- Martin Kpebu recalls 18 unfulfilled promises by Akufo-Addo
- People are losing trust in government due to corruption – GII
- We steal and waste more than twice what we borrow – Kofi Bentil
- Alan admits worsening economic conditions will affect NPP’s chances in 2024 general elections
- Even Obama will have problems fighting corruption in Ghana – Kofi Bentil
- Bawku Killings: We are preparing ourselves for an explosion we can’t contain – Kofi Bentil
- We are not concerned about tradability of our bonds – Martin Kpebu replies Finance Ministry
- Government’s arrogant posturing to blame for challenges with implementation of DDEP – Alhassan Suhuyini
- My account on Bawku killings based on eye witness report – Ayariga
- Bawku killings: Families of deceased must be duly compensated – Ayariga
- US FDA says India-made eye drop linked to some infections, blindness and one death
- Murder case involving Ghanaian resident in Canada adjourned to February 16
- Court quashes suspension of Kuapa Kokoo President after months of litigation
- I don’t want the President’s hand in investigating Bawku killings – Ayariga