Barclays Bank Ghana denounces actor Lilwin as their ‘influencer’

In viral footage, actor and comedian Lilwin is seen performing Bosom P-Yung’s popular hit single Attaa Adwoa in a farm.

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As hilarious as it may be, it still didn’t look cool to many especially as the Absa logo was spotted in the video, a clear indication that the video was meant for promotional purposes.

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This immediately sparked social media conversations with many including A Plus accusing the bank of copyright infringement and abusing the young talent.

But in a communiqué from the camp of Barclays Bank Ghana, they denied commissioning the actor under discussion as an influencer. It also warned people to desist from using the bank’s logo illegally.

Read the statement below;

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