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“Yes, we’ve called Krobos but never begged them not to take the case to court”

Camp of music producer Kaywa have admitted that they have received ”A Notice of Intention To Sue” letter from Kloma Hengme, a Krobo youth group over Kul Songx ‘Jennifer Lomotey’ song.

Arnold Asamoah Baidoo, PRO for Kaywa speaking on Hitz FM Thursday morning disclosed that they contacted the youth of Krobo telling them that they have received the letter. He quickly added that they did not plead for them not to take the case to court when they contacted them because their lawyer is studying the matter.

“Because somebody took his time to write such a long letter, it is always fair and respectful to acknowledge the receipt of the letter and that is what our lawyer has done. Our lawyer has acknowledged the fact that he has received the letter and he will come over and also express our stands on the situation. It is not to succumb to the plenty requirements they stated in the letter.” Arnold told KMJ, host of the show.

The legal counsel of Kloma Hengme led by Dr Kwadjo Appiagyei-Atuah, A Specialized Human Rights & International Lawyer, has on Wednesday served ”A Notice of Intention To Sue” to Michael Owusu Addo (Sarkodie), David Kojo Kyei (Kaywa) and Kurl Songx over the roles they played in denigrating and assassinating the image of Krobo women and the whole Krobo nation at large.

The legal document served to the three spelt out six (6) conditions they must satisfy or be sued at the court of law.

Among these demands are the issuance of ”Immediate Order” to the relevant media houses to halt playing the song on their air waves, Expunge the portion of the lyrics or completely ban the use of the song from the air waves, Write an unreseved apology to the Chiefs and People of the Krobo area, and also pay a compensation of Two Million Ghana Cedis (Ghc 2,000,000) to the Krobo people.