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Police interrogate Shatta Wale over his comments on death of Fennec Okyere



Police interrogate Shatta Wale over his comments on death of Fennec Okyere

The Police say they have made contact with Charles Nii Armah Mensah Jnr., popularly known as Shatta Wale regarding his comment on the death of artiste Manager Fennec Okyere.

The Police said Shatta Wale is cooperating with them on the matter.

“The Police would like to put on record that the recently established Cold Case Unit, has been working for months on all unresolved murder cases, including that of Fennec Okyere with support from the affected families.

“This new development from Shata Wale is therefore going to complement our ongoing investigation.

“We would like to take this opportunity to thank all the families who have been working with the Cold Case Unit since its establishment for their cooperation and understanding.

“We wish to assure the public that the Police will continue to work relentlessly on these cases in order to bring closure to the affected families,” the Police said in a statement on Wednesday, November 2.

The Dancehall artist in a verbal warfare against his former estranged manager, Bullgod, born Lawrence Nana Asiama Hanson, said in a Facebook post that:”Bull Dog since you are bringing out secrets, you will tell Ghanaians what happen to Fenicks Murder !! And I am not joking about this time !!“I am ready to tell the court about what you told me about you and your men and how planned that foolish act get ready. This Akuffo Addo won’t give you a murder chance to be on our streets !!! Watch how this ends !!! You can’t fight time !!!”

Fennec Okyere, who was the manager of musician, Kwaw Kese, was murdered at his Manet Gardens residence at Spintex, Accra on Thursday, March 13 by unknown assailants.He died at age 31.Bullgod was picked up by the Police Criminal Investigative Department (CID) on suspicion that he had a hand in the matter because of his regulars beef with the deceased but the charges against him were dropped after the then Attorney General Gloria Akuffo said the state was no longer interested in prosecuting him.

Source: 3news