Find Fennec’s killers & stop arresting weed smokers -Kwaw Kese to Police

Ghanaian hiplife artist, Emmanuel Botway popularly known as Kwaw Kese has tasked the Ghana Police Service to find the killers of his late manager Fennec Okyere and put a stop to arresting weed smokers.

According to the musician, it’s been five years since the gruesome murder of his manager and no one has been apprehended.

Kwaw Kese also stated that the Police concentrate on unnecessary things like arresting weed smokers rather than dealing with important situations.

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Kwaw Kese

“Ghana police is not reliable. The other time I was on my way to an interview I saw the police behind me.

I stopped and they said they wanted to search for weed in my car meanwhile, my manager Fennec Okyere has been murdered mysteriously and the police are not even serious about investigating his case and finding the killers. 

It is so painful that we refuse to pay attention to relevant issues but rather concentrate on needless things. Head of institutions who are supposed to concentrate on more important things are rather doing the opposite”, he stated.

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The award-winning musician, therefore, advised the Ghana Police Service to concentrate on important issues like apprehending his late manager’s killers.

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He also took to social media to remember his late manager by posting a picture of him with the caption; “You’ll never be forgotten#rip Fennec #itsbeen5years”.

Fennec Okyere was shot dead exactly five years ago by some unknown assailants at his Manet Gardens residence on the Spintex road, Accra.

Currently, no one has been arrested over the murder of Kwaw Kese’s former manager.

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Lizbeth has a B.A in Communication Studies (Journalism option) from the Ghana Institute of Journalism. She loves to read, travel and has a strong passion for writing.