Shatta Wale and Medikal each gave Ghc100k bail – Gnews

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The Circuit Court in Accra has given dancehall musician Charles Nii Amarh Mensah, popularly known as Shatta Wale, a deposit of GHC 100,000 for self-approval.

This was after Shatta Wale, who pleaded not guilty on one point; The publication of false reports, which caused fear and panic in the public, surfaced a second time after five days in detention

Three others who appeared with him in court, Kojo Owusu Koranteng, Shatta’s personal assistant, Eric Vanetor, a graphic designer, and Iddrisu Yussif, a beautician, were charged with aiding in posting hoaxes, were also admitted to the GHc 100,000, each with one Guarantee that should be a civil servant.

The EIB network court correspondent Murtala Inusah reports that the court, chaired by Emmanuel Marvin Essandoh, has adjourned the case to November 9th.

Meanwhile, rapper Samuel Adu Frimpong, popularly known as Medikal, has been pardoned on bail of GHc 100,000.

The case was adjourned to November 9th after he was detained for five days.

The rapper pleaded not guilty to showing guns and ammunition when he first appeared in court last Friday.

The court, chaired by Judge Emmanuel Essandoh, a high court judge who also serves as a district judge, granted them bail after his attorney repeated the previous motion

The lawyer for the defendant Emmanuel Yeboah Ghana had argued that his client was known and had lived in the country all his life and would not disobey the court.

According to him, if he is given bail, he has people to vouch for him, including his wife and mother.

Prosecutors, led by Chief Inspector Dennis Terkpetey, declined to give bail, saying the interest of the larger society is what the court needs to consider.

He argued that there is one aspect of the case that is still under investigation and that should be placed in pre-trial detention.

The EIB network’s court correspondent, Murtala Inusah, reports that his wife, Fella Makafui, and his mother have been on trial.

Brief facts

The brief facts of the case, presented to the court by Chief Inspector Terkpetey, the prosecutor, were that the accused is a popular musician and, in September 2021, the accused, while sitting in his car, had made without a proper apology rugged 9mm pistol and posted the video on its social media platform for snapshots.

According to him, on March 26, 2021, the video of the gun he showed on Snap chat went viral and “Adomonline” posted the same thing.

He said the police arrested the defendant on October 21 and handed them over to the regional criminal investigation department for investigation.

The defendant, he said, admitted the offense in his cautioned testimony and was subsequently charged and charged.

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