Meek Mill didn’t seek permission before filming at Jubilee House – Ahiagbah
Director of Communications for the governing New Patriotic Party (NPP), Richard Ahiagbah says under fire American rapper, Meek Mill did not seek permission before filming at the Jubilee House.
The former Deputy Director of Research at the Office of the President gave the clarification on Twitter in a bid to absolve the government from blame.
“Meek Mill music’s video was not sanctioned by the Presidency. Permission was not sought whatsoever for the use of the video,” he said.
Meek Mill music’s video was not sanctioned by the Presidency. Its permission was not sought whatsoever for the use of the video. The musician has realized his indiscretion, apologized & taken down the video. #apology #Flagstaffhouse #CitiCBS #Ghana #TV3GH #JoyNews #GMG pic.twitter.com/2eJWBwefp5
— Richard Ahiagbah Official (@RAahiagbah) January 10, 2023
The American rapper posted a video with scenes from the Jubilee House on Instagram over the weekend.
He subsequently deleted the video following the harsh criticisms from Ghanaians.
Many Ghanaians including the Member of Parliament for the North Tongu constituency, Samuel Okudzeto Ablakwa laid the blame on the security detail at the seat of government and the handlers of the president.
Meek Mill later apologised for the video and said he didn’t mean to disrespect Ghanaians or the presidency.
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