Is police waiting for Shatta Wale to be killed before they act? -Youth group asks
Youth group Youth for Peace and Security Africa (YPSA) is asked the police to rapidly convey Dancehall Artiste Shatta Wale from the custody of the police and apologize to him.
“Is the police waiting for Shatta Wale to be k gunned down before they act..?”,Y group asked the police.
The ‘I know my level’ hitmaker was put under the watchful eye of court during which his bail application by his legal counsel to grant him bail was refused.
Shatta Wale was rounded up on Tuesday, October 19 after he was articulated required by the police for faking a weapon on him the day before.
He was charged under the careful focus of an Accra Circuit Court on Thursday anyway remanded into police custody for five days to return on Tuesday, October 26.
However, YPSA has leaped to the guard of the notable entertainer, depicting it as a “fragile contradiction against the failure of the police to guarantee his right to congruity, prosperity and security as a citizen of Ghana”.
An explanation backed by YPSA’s Executive Director Abraham Korbla Klutsey on Thursday, October 21 said a couple of pastors and prophets have predicted the shooting of individuals in Ghana with Shatta Wale getting two of those prophesies.
In all of these, the police have not taken any action.
“No proportion of police understanding, advancing assessments and catch of hooligans have revived anytime ever any overcomer of manslaughter. Were the police believing that Shatta Wale will be gunned down and killed before they act?
“Shatta Wale has the advantage to battle the mistake of the Ghana police to guarantee his right to agreement, prosperity and security.”
They portrayed Monday’s move as “shrewd, good and generous”, zeroing in on that the country will from hence be saved from December 31st destructive forecasts.
“Shatta Wale is a good person. He has saved various from mental and excited injury and the general populace from fear and craze from 2022 to say the very least.”
At this point, a #FreeShataWale campaign is continuing on Twitter.
Meanwhile, Shatta Wale has been caged at Ankaful Prison to reappear in court after five days.