VIDEO: Bishop Obinim is a BIG Fraud, Kwaw Kese’s Legal Team is Not Helping His Case + Mzbel Returns to Music With a New Single & MORE

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Chris-Vincent Agyapong Febiri
Chris-Vincent Agyapong Febiri

I know I have not recorded the RUN UP SHOW in a long time—and I explain why it’s been this way in this new episode, promising to make a good weekly come back with all the interesting updates and twist to developing stories…

In this episode of the RUNUP SHOW straight from my bedroom, I looked at how serious the Kwaw Kese weed case has become and the fact that his legal team continues to screw up things to his detriment.

I also threw some deserving stones to the fraudulent man of God-Bishop Obinim; and requested that he appears in my dreams to give me some of his lotto numbers to be able to win the Euro millions.

The Naa Ashorkor & Kaaki school drop out issues were mentioned—as well as Mzbel’s grand return to music with a new single.

Watch the RUN UP SHOW below…


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Chris-Vincent Agyapong Febiri, Founding Editor
Chris-Vincent Agyapong Febiri is the Founding Editor of GhanaCelebrities.Com , a Film Critic and a Human Rights Advocate; he holds 2 masters degrees in Law; International Human Rights Law (LL.M) and Legal Practice Course (LL.M) from University of Leicester and Nottingham Law School--and also a degree in Law (LL.B) from University of East London. He's a Professional Truth Sayer and he is the author of the popular eBook “Success is a Right, Not A Privilege.” He currently works at Adukus Solicitors in London--where he uses his legal brains to kick real ass, for the good of clients and humanity. Contact: [email protected]


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  1. Very disappointed in Kwaw’s legal team for not providing that M. report, like seriously & u took the words right out of my mouth abt Obinim being a fraud

  2. I don’t want to go on with this bleaching Obinim guy but just as you said he is a big fraud. Kwaw Kesse’s lawyer must be changed because he doesn’t know what he is doing. Good to see you bring back the run up show I like your rant lol.

    You are chilling in that room I can see

  3. Chris, with regards to Obinim, the “genuine Christians” as you put it, know that it’s not our place to judge him. We “genuine Chriatians” believe God is the perfect and ultimate judge not only of Obinim, but also of you and I. We choose therefore to respect God by leaving all the criticisms and judging to Him. It’s good you didn’t hammer on Naa Ashorkor and Kaakie’s case. U’ve had personal failures of your own and you wouldn’t want the public to rub it in, would you?

  4. As for naa ashorkor the least said abt her failure the better n as for kwaw kese hmmmm i believe der is someone behind his case n if care is not taken he will be thrown in jail,the same ppl dat killed his manager n as for that old cargo mzbel is better she retire n take care of her kids cos is clear she doesn’t even have money to release a video cos how can u go off for 3 years n come back poorly without a video,why wit happend to her so called rich imaginary boyfriend,even Deborah Vanessa who is not a serious musician made a comeback with her borla video lol

    1. Hahahahaha mzbel has said she likes old men so wot do u expect,when hipic don catch the old man’s pocket,wu ti puupu as wobi do wai,an twee no kitr3 yem

    2. Doesn’t she see da likes of eazzy n becca releasing videos all the time,hahahahaha is it by force to belong if u can’t afford it.she shld give our ears a break wit her wack songs

  5. kwaw kesse’s case has become sad and just as you said the lawyer is really bad. what kind of lawyer is this? didnt he go to law school even if I am off sick from work, i present doctor’s report or note to my employer how much in court where they deal with evidence? let’s pray for kwaw kesse

  6. Chris you should have hammered on Naa’s law school dropout because that girl is mean and rude. she feels too big with her many pimples. She is just not a nice person if you meet her or go close to her. expose her more and more

  7. Stupid law created by stupid people for a stupid country, What sort of a mickey mouse country is this? Shitting on the beach, pumping toxins into the air and destroying the environment is not a criminal act but smoking weed is? Ghana and its judiciary is a joke. Whomever drafted the law is a joker. And those willing to enforce it are the biggest jokes of all time. When serious countries are decriminalizing weed, the joke of a country called Ghana is criminalizing and turning normal people into criminals. A law written by jackasses for asses should be tuned upside down. The only reason it will continue to exist is because there are no good lawyers in Ghana. None. Nada. There are graduates with law degrees but they are not lawyers. At best they are 419 lawyers. When I talk of lawyers I mean the Alan dershowitzs, the late johnny cocrane etc. The kind that can even make the supreme court of the united states sit up and reconsider its decisions. Instead we have the Sandra Wankobiahs etc masquerading as lawyers. In Ghana, much like its health care, ignorance on the part of its so called professionals is killing and sending many to jail. It is interesting to note that a nations countenance can be determined by how it treats its citizens who have come afoul of the law. And the idiot DCOP who keeps on saying ‘Kwaw Kesse is not a political prisoner and therefore the free Kwaw kesse movement is a joke, should be make to ride the donkey backwards so the whole world will know he’s an ass riding an ass. What is infuriating about this is for all we know this statute was a copy and paste job from another nation’s law books. And that no serious thoughts or debates were ever had on the effectiveness of this law. Like everything rotten in this country some kwasia bi went and copied some text from some law books of some Spartan country and made it a law in Ghana. Did the moribund supreme court of Ghana ever review this law? Knowing this place, I can safely say not likely. So a recreational action is going to send someone to jail for 10 years. Does that make sense to anyone except the ‘one cedi’ police officers and the lawyers walking around with their mothball scented suits from the bend down boutiques?