Ghanaian rapper, Kwaw Kese, is as yet looking for legal justice, a month after he made a call for the Ghana Police Service to get Dancehall artiste, Shatta Wale and artiste manager, Nana Asiamah Hanson, prevalently known as Bulldog to aid investigations in the murder of his manager, Fennec Okyere.
Shatt Wale, On November 2, 2022, shared some new insight about his previous manager, Bulldog, and the part he allegedly played in the murder of Fennec Okyere during their social media feud.
As per Shatta Wale, Bulldog gave him the scoop regarding his intentions to murder Fennec before the actual deed took place. He thusly, took steps and went to the Police with all the relevant information he had knowledge of.
After Shatta Wale’s statement of confession, Kwaw Kese alerted the Police to review the case, and a declaration was announced in that fashion, expressing that they had gotten in touch with Shatta Wale, who was open to corporate with them with regards to the issue.
Nonetheless, it seems Kwaw Kese’s call for prudent justice hasn’t been met, and he is urging the Ghana Police Service to accelerate the investigative process.
In a video posted on his Instagram page, the displeased artiste said;
“It’s been one month since Shatta Wale came out to say he’s been keeping secrets about how Bulldog planned and killed my manager. I don’t know what is happening in this Ghana again, that the Ghana Police are still sitting on this case and not taking any action. If somebody confesses of killing somebody and we are still doing investigations then I don’t know what the investigation is about.”
He went on by adding that, “Shatta Wale confessed that he’s been keeping the secret and since Bulldog was is bringing out his secret, he’s also bringing out that secret, and that secret is that Bulldog planned and killed my manager. What evidence again are you waiting for before you take action? “
Kwaw Kese additionally inquired as to whether the Police and the Minister of Communications, Ursula Owusu, who turns out to be the godmother of the deceased, Fennec Okyere are witnessing the manner in which the case is being handled, especially since they have known about Shatta Wale’s confession.
Pouring out his bitter reservations, he said, “The day Shatta Wale confessed, I called the IGP and a statement was released and it’s been a month and both Shatta Wale and Bulldog are still walking free. How does the laws work in Ghana? I’m wondering if the IGP is still in the country, I’m wondering if the AG is still in this country and I’m wondering if Ursula Owusu, who happens to be Fennec’s god-mother is in this country and I’m wondering if they have heard of Shatta Wale’s confession. Which evidence again do you need?”
Bulldog and Shatta Wale in November had a public feud, indicating a clue of their contentious relationship when Bulldog stated that Black Sherif’s album, “The Villian I Never Was”, would outsell Shatta Wale’s album, “Gift of God”.
The two got themselves embroiled in a conflict of words via social media, however the situation escalated when Shatta Wale asserted that Bulldog played a part in the murder of Kwaw Kese’s late manager, Fennec Okyere.
The post sparked a ton of reaction via social media with Kwaw Kese making a vociferous call to the police to get Shatta Wale and Bulldog to aid in uncovering the entire truth regarding the murder of his deceased manager.