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Kwaw Kese calls on the Police to reopen Fennec Okyere’s murder case following Shatta Wale’s revelation



Ghanaian rapper, Kwaw Kese has called on the Ghana Police Service to assist in investigations about the death of his late manager, Fennec Okyere following new information about the cause of his death.

On Wednesday, November, 2, Shatta Wale had shared some new information about his former manager, Bulldog’s hand in the murder of Fennec Okyere during a social media war.

According to Shatta Wale, Bulldog had told him about his plan to murder Fennec before its execution. He is therefore threatening to go to the Police with all the new information.


Read also: Bulldog planned Fennec Okyere’s murder and I’m ready to tell it all- Shatta Wale

“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 on Facebook.

Shatta Wale’s revelations caught the attention of Kwaw Kese who has subsequently called on the Ghana Police to investigate the matter.

Read also: Bulldog leaks part of Shatta Wale’s GoG album tracklist


“@ghpoliceservice Pls help us get justice on my Managers murder. I believe @shattawalenima and @bullhaus know something we need to know. Pls let’s delve into this ,” he captioned Shatta Wale’s revelation on Instagram.

See his post below;


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Before his early demise, Fennec Okyere was the head of MadTime Entertainment and manager of Kwaw Kese.

He was found dead at his Manet Gardens residence, in March 2014. Fennec was brutally killed by unknown assailants, who broke into his house in Accra on Thursday, 13, March, 2014.

Bulldog was subsequently arrested as the prime suspect in Fennec’s murder but was acquitted and discharged in February, 2018.

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