We’ll “use other means” to arrest Shatta Wale’s sister – Police to Court

    The prosecution in the case in which Dancehall artiste Charles Nii Armah Mensah popularly known as Shatta Wale is facing charges with three others has said the police “will use other means” within the law to arrest the sister of the artiste.

    The prosecution is seeking the sister of shatta Wale who is said to be the person who reported the incident of the alleged fake gunshot to the East Legon Police to assist with investigations.

    But after a gentleman’s agreement between the defence lawyers, the prosecution and the court, for the defence to produce the said suspect, that agreement has been reneged on.

    In court on Tuesday, Chief Inspector Dennis Terkpetey said “there was a gentleman’s agreement between counsel, but they are not helping us, so we will use other means.”

    Jerry Avenorgbo, counsel for Shatta Wale argued that the architecture of the law existed before now and the prosecution cannot have it changed.

    He wondered why a person who volunteered information to the police should be treated as a suspect.




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