Baako suro: Shatta Wale apologises after contractor reported him to the police

Baako suro: Shatta Wale apologises after contractor reported him to the police

- Shatta Wale has apologised for the altercation involving him

- Wale and his team were seen in a video attacking a group of people working on a road

- Kennedy Acquah, a member of the team reported Wale to the Police for assault

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Shatta Wale has offered an apology following a recent altercation between his team and a group of road constructors.

The Dancehall star and some of his team members were reported to have attacked the road workers on Monday, May 31. A video of the incident emerged on social media in which Shatta Wale was seen involved in hot exchanges with the construction workers.

Baako suro! Shatta Wale apologizes after contractors reports him to the Police
Baako suro! Shatta Wale apologizes after road contractor reports him to the Police. Photo source: user-generated
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In a video posted online, a remorseful Wale apologised for the incident and denied claims that he paid four million dollars for the road to be constructed.

"It's unfortunate that things happened this way. I also want to say sorry to Kennedy for everything that happened. I believe he will find a place in his heart to forgive me," Walesaid.

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The apology comes hours after a police report was made against him for assault.

Watch Shatta Wale's apology below.

Earlier, reported that Kennedy Acquah, the contractor who was allegedly assaulted by Shatta Wale and his team had called the dancehall artiste lawless and ignorant.

On Monday, May 31, a section of the media reported that Wale and his team had attacked a contractor for not seeing to the quick construction of a road in Adjiringanor.

Speaking in a new interview, Acquah stated Shatta Wale has no knowledge about construction technicalities, hence his behaviour.

"It is so obvious that he is flawed in all his statements. He doesn't know the technicalities involved in asphalt overlay... He doesn't even know what he is talking about. He actually said it himself that he drove onto the asphalt. That's the level of lawlessness," Acquah said to Andy Dosty, host of DayBreak Hitz on Hitz FM on Tuesday, June 1, 2021.

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