‘Slaps the Policemen mave me!’ – How Funny Face shouted in court that led him to psychiatric hospital revealed [Video]

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Reasons why Ghanaian comedian, Funny Face known in real life as Benson Nana Yaw Oduro Boateng was ordered by the Ofaakor Circuit Court to spend two weeks at Accra Psychiatric Hospital drops.

Stories of Funny Face have been flooding on social media platforms from the day he fired gunshots and was apprehended by the Kasoa Police to him raining insults on them while claiming they manhandled him.

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‘Slaps the Policemen mave me!’ – How Funny Face shouted in court that led him to psychiatric hospital revealed [Video]
Just today, 15 February, Ghanaians woke up to another arrest of the actor that even video popped up showing him handcuffed in a police van, click here to watch the video.

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The comedian was arraigned before the court on Monday, February 15, 2021 after he was arrested for the second time by the Millennium Police and kept in the police cells.

News that came from the Ofaakor Circuit Court proceedings had it that the presider, Honor Ebenezer Osei Darko has ordered Ghana Police to send Benson Nana Yaw Oduro Boateng popularly known as Funny Face to Accra Psychiatric Hospital for two weeks, click here to read more.

The Ofaankor Circuit Court has explained its reasons for ordering Benson Nana Yaw Oduro Boateng, popularly known as Funny Face to undergo a psychiatric assessment for two weeks.

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According to a Kasapafmonline report, the Presiding Judge, His Lordship Ebenezer Osei Darko in his assessment concluded that answers given Funny Face indicated that he does not have a sound mind.

Watch video below as an eye witness gives the details of what happened and how Funny Face was asked to spend two weeks at the Accra Psychiatric Hospital.

Watch the video below;

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