Few hours after Kwaw Kese called on the Ghana Police over the murder of his late manager, Fennec Okyere, following a post by Shatta Wale, the Police responded.

The Ghana Police Service says it has taken notice of musician, Shatta Wale‘s allegations against his former manager, Bulldog over Fennec Okyere‘s death.

In a statement, the service indicated the musician, born Charles Nii Armah Junior, has been contacted and is cooperating on the matter

In an Instagram post today, November 2, Kwaw Kese wrote “@ghpoliceservice Pls help us get justice on my Managers murder. I believe @shattawalenima and @bullhaus know something we need to know. Pls, let’s delve into this.”

Kwaw Kese posted after Shatta Wale caused a stir on social media early today with the disclosure that his former manager, Bull Dog confided in him about Fennec’s murder.

“Bull Dog since u r bringing out secrets. You will tell Ghanaians What happen to Fenicks Murder !! And I am not joking about this time !! I am ready to tell the court about what you told me about you and your men and how planned that foolish act get ready. This Akuffo Addo won’t give you a murder chance to be on our streets !!! Watch how this ends !!! You can’t fight time (sic),” he posted on Facebook.

In the statement, it reads;

This new development from Shata Wale is therefore going to complement our ongoing investigation.

Police Statement on Shatta Wale’s tweet regarding the late Fennec Okyere

The attention of the Police Service has been drawn to a tweet by Charles Nii Armah Mensah Jnr., popularly known as Shata Wale regarding the death of artiste Manager Fennec Okyere.

The Police have made contact with Shata Wale who is cooperating with us on the matter.

The Police would like to put on record that the recently established Cold Case Unit, has been working for months on all unresolved murder cases, including that of Fennec Okyere with support from the affected families.

We would like to take this opportunity to thank all the families who have been working with the Cold Case Unit since its establishment for their cooperation and understanding.

We wish to assure the public that the Police will continue to work relentlessly on these cases in order to bring closure to the affected families.