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Funny Face must not be forgiven; his recklessness must not go unpunished – Arnold Baidoo

Entertainment pundit Arnold Asamoah Baidoo has sparked controversy with his recent comments regarding Funny Face‘s actions and calls for forgiveness.

In a heated statement, Arnold condemned those advocating for forgiveness, stating that they are insensitive and lacking in judgement.

He expressed deep concern for the victims affected by Funny Face’s actions, highlighting the severity of their injuries, including internal bleeding and potential permanent disability.

Arnold argued that if those defending Funny Face were personally impacted by the incident, their stance on forgiveness might be different.

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Furthermore, Arnold dismissed any notions of a spiritual cause behind Funny Face’s actions, attributing the incident solely to Funny Face’s mistakes.

He called for the law to take its course, emphasising that if there are legal consequences for such actions, they should be upheld without hesitation.

“He must not be forgiven, there is no excuse for his actions, he is the reason innocent individuals are lying in the hospital,” Arnold Baidoo stated.

Arnold’s remarks have stirred strong reactions, with many questioning the balance between forgiveness and accountability in such cases.

The controversy continues to unfold as the public grapples with differing perspectives on justice and redemption.

Ghanaian comedian and actor Funny Face was involved in a motor accident at Kasoa in the Central Region.

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Videos circulating on social media had eyewitnesses huddled around the actor on Sunday evening.

According to one eyewitness, he heard a crash immediately after he had parked his car.

The driver said he turned to see Funny Face’s car run into a woman with two children and a man on a motorbike.

However, latest developments indicate the Kasoa District Court has remanded Ghanaian comedian Funny Face in police custody for two weeks after he hit five pedestrians with his car.

While his counsel pleaded for his bail, the prosecution held that ample time would be needed for further investigations into the matter.

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