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SHATTA WALE AND BULLDOG MEET IN COURT FOR THE FIRST TIME OVER FENNEC OKYERE’S MURDER

Remember how Kwaw Kese requested the Ghana Police Service to investigate the murder claims made by Shatta Wale against his former manager Bulldog in relation to the passing of the late Fennec Okyere in November of last year?

Until he was fatally assassinated in 2014 by unidentified gunmen at his Manet Gardens home on the Spintex Road in Accra, Fennec Okyere managed Kwaw Kese.

In the midst of their rekindled online dispute, Shatta Wale claimed Bulldog was responsible for Okyere’s death in a Facebook post.

The contentious dancehall performer asserted he has insider knowledge that might lead to Bulldog’s indictment and that he is prepared to tell the court the truth about everything.

Bulldog, who later took to the internet to debunk Shatta Wale’s claims, filed a defamation lawsuit against Shatta Wale.

Bulldog requested damages in a petition that was submitted to the Accra High Court for Shatta Wale’s defamation and malicious publishing of false information about him.

Among the reliefs being sought by Bulldog include;

  1. A declaration of the Court that the series of publications made by Defendant as particularised in the Statement of Claim are defamatory to Plaintiff.
  2. A declaration of the Court that the series of publications made by the Defendant in the Statement of Claim are malicious.
  3. An order of the Court directed at the Defendant to on all his social media pages or accounts, make a publication on seven (7) consecutive days of an unqualified retraction of and unreserved apology for the defamatory words that the Defendant has published about the Plaintiff, such retraction and apology to be vetted and approved by the Plaintiff’s lawyers.
  4. An order of the Court for perpetual injunction restraining the Defendant, his agents, workmen, assigns and servants from publishing or further publishing any defamatory words against the Plaintiff.
  5. General damages for defamation.
  6. Special damages for defamation.
  7. Punitive damages for the malicious publication of falsehood against the Plaintiff.
  8. Cost, and
  9. Any other orders or remedies that the Court may deem fit

Today was the two people’s first court appearance, and the video below provides specifics on what transpired.

Watch the video below;

 

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