Meek Mill did not obtain permission to film at Jubilee House - Ahiagbah.


Meek Mill is under fire, according to Richard Ahiagbah.

The under fire American rapper Meek Mill did not get permission before filming at the Jubilee House, according to Richard Ahiagbah, director of communications for the ruling New Patriotic Party (NPP).

In an effort to absolve the government of responsibility, the former Office of the President Deputy Director of Research provided the clarification on Twitter.

"The Presidency did not approve of the music video for Meek Mill. For the use of the video, absolutely no permission was requested, he claimed.

On Instagram over the weekend, the American rapper shared a video that featured footage from the Jubilee House.

After receiving scathing criticism from Ghanaians, he later deleted the video.

A lot of Ghanaians, including the member of parliament representing the North Tongu constituency, Samuel Okudzeto Ablakwa, blamed the president's handlers and the security detail at the seat of government.

Later, Meek Mill apologized for the video and claimed he hadn't intended to belittle the president or the people of Ghana. 

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