Ghanaian lawyer Maurice Ampaw has expressed his dissatisfaction at the Ghana Police Service concerning the 'Shatta Wale-Stonebwoy brouhaha.'
Lawyer Maurice Ampaw reveals he is angry at the Ghana Police Service for their handling of the 'Shatta Wale-Stonebwoy fracas.'
According to the controversial lawyer, the police should not have rushed the case to court resulting in the two musicians given bail.
In an interview with SVTV Africa, Lawyer Maurice Ampaw point out some legal mistakes that the police has done.
"I'm shocked the ministry of creative arts failed to help the organization with security and the security agencies also failed to put up security measures," he said.
"But I'm more disappointed in Ghana police and those who investigated this matter. In the first place, they've rushed too much in settling this case," he added.
He jabbed the police and claimed that in issues like this, the case be not be have been rushed to the law court.
Lawyer Maurice Ampaw noted that the police should have gathered evidence by speaking to top officials at the scene like Kwame Sefa Kayi, Abeiku Santana among others.
The lawyer also said that Stonebwoy and Shatta Wale should be made to face the full rigors of the law.
Skip to 06: 50 to hear what Lawyer Maurice said exactly: Source: SVTV Africa
His comments followed the information that Stonebwoy and Shatta Wale have been granted bail after appearing in court.
They were arraigned before court after they engaged in a scuffle at the just-ended Vodafone Ghana Music Awards.
The scuffle ensued after Shatta Wale walked up to stage when Stonebwoy was receiving his award.
Ghanaians and entertainment pundits have condemned the two musicians for not comporting themselves.
Meanwhile fans of the Shatta Wale and Stonebwoy have been divided since the incident occurred with each fan-base supporting their artiste.
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