Ghanaian celebrity blogger and private legal practitioner, Chris Vincent Agyapong, has described as senseless the move by organizers of Miss Ghana to accuse him of paying some former beauty queens to peddle falsehood against them.
The lawyer, in an interview with GH Entertainment host, Prince Kwesi Dadzie aka Mr Handsome slammed the CEO of Exclusive Events Ghana, Inna Patty for making such frivolous claims against him.
Chris Vincent Agyapong said it does not make logical sense for anyone to point accusing fingers at him when six former beauty queens have narrated the ordeal they went through.
‘It is a bit funny for anyone to say I am behind these stories. Why should I pay former beauty queens to do this? What will be the gain for me? You cannot fabricate stories about people in order to tarnish their image. For me, it doesn’t make reasonable sense to say I am behind the stories.’’
‘’Of course I am the one who published the stories. I gave them the platform because people were unwilling to help them because of their affiliation with the Miss Ghana brand. I would have agreed if she accused of me giving them the platform. I gave them the platform because they were aggrieved and wanted to tell their stories.''
The journalist said the ladies confronted him with their stories because of his credibility, trust and confidence.
Inna Patty has sued the blogger and some of the former beauty queens but the UK based legal practitioner speaking to Rainbow Radio says his legal representation is adequately prepared for the suits.
He has cautioned Miss Patty to decline from going to court because the evidence they have will pin her and the organization down.
He said, ‘’from what I see and from where I sit, I don’t doubt the girls.’’
Chris Vincent stressed that on the balance of probability, it doesn’t make sense for six people to accuse Inna Patty over the same allegations.