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I have spoken to IGP about ‘It’ – Shatta Wale –

Shatta Wale says he has asked the Inspector-General of the Police to look into the security lapses in the entertainment industry. This follows his allegations that Nana Asiamah, known as Bullgod, planned artiste manager Fennec Okyere’s murder.
Shatta Wale told Captain Smart on Onua Maakye that he is exasperated at the rate with which people tarnish his name. He pointed out that Ghanaians go silent when people attack him and call him out when he retaliates.
“What I really want Ghanaians to understand is that people grow in life. They should stop turning a blind eye to people who attack me. But if I respond, then I become a bad person.”
Shatta Wale continued to say that he has spoken to the IGP concerning security in the entertainment industry. He also mentions intentions to sue people for defaming his character.

“I have spoken to the IGP about it that we need security in our entertainment industry because it’s getting too much. Most of the time, I will be at home and see on TV and Youtube, people insulting Shatta Wale, ” he continued. “Degrading the name. It’s all defamation of character. If I say I will take those people on, I believe people will say I am even more wicked than what is happening now. I want people to know that I’m tired. It’s too much for me now.”
Shatta Wale’s also mentioned that many industry stakeholders have tried to sabotage his career.
Yesterday, Shatta Wale accused his ex-manager, Bullgod, of planning to kill Fennec Okyere as the two dragged each other online.

Subsequently, the Police have reached out to Shatta Wale to help with investigations concerning the unsolved murder of Fennec Okyere, Kwaw Kese’s late manager.

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