Shatta Wale Is Fully Complying With Us On Fennec Okyere’s Murder Case – Ghana Police Affirms

The Ghana Police Service has acted on the request of concerned parties, to look into claims by dancehall artiste, Charles Nii Armah Mensah, otherwise known as Shatta Wale, that his previous manager Bulldog, played a part in the murder of late artiste manager, Fennec Okyere.

In their declaration, the police have contacted Shatta Wale, who is helping them out to comprehensively ascertain the entire depths of the matter.

“The Police have made contact with Shatta Wale who is cooperating with us on the matter,” the assertion peruses.

Shatta Wale has intimated that Bulldog was liable for the demise of Kwaw Kese’s previous manager, Fennec Okyere.

In his reaction to Bulldog’s most recent post that the artiste is frightened to release his impending ‘GoG’ collection, Shatta Wale made a post about Bulldog’s supposed entanglement in Fennec Okyere’s murder, which occurred in 2014.

Shatta Wale expressed on Facebook that, “Bull Dog since u r 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 !!!”, he wrote.

Bulldog for the previous years had been engaging with the court over a claim of him being complicit in the murder of the late artiste manager, Fennec Okyere.

On March 13, 2014, Fennec Okyere, was shot dead by some unidentified assailant(s) at his Manet Garden residence on Spintex Road, Accra.

Bulldog got entangled in the matter after reports indicated that he had sent violently inclined messages to the late artiste manager, preceding his inconvenient passing.

In 2018, Bulldog was released after he was apprehended and sent off to court.

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