- Shatta Wale has been granted a self recognisance bail in the sum of GHC100,000
- Shatta was bailed when he made his second appearance in court after being arrested for publishing false news
- Three other accomplices, Nana Dope, Deportee, and Gangee, were also granted GHC100,000 bail with one surety each
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Dancehall music star Shatta Wale has been granted bail by the Accra Circuit Court.
Shatta Wale was granted bail as he appeared before the court for the second time over his shooting hoax saga.
According to a Citinewsroom report, the court granted him a self-recognisance bail in the sum of GHC100,000
Shatta Wale is to reappear in court on November 9, 2021, alongside three other accomplices.
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The three accomplices, Nana Dope, Deportee, and Gangee, were also granted bail in the sums of GHC100,000 each with one surety each.
Shatta Wale arrest
The musician was arrested on Tuesday, October 19, after he and his team (accomplices) circulated false news that he had been shot.
Shatta Wale and the three others, who had been arrested earlier, were put before court on Thursday, October 21.
They pleaded not guilty to the charge of publication of false news to cause fear and panic and were remanded for one week.
Shatta Wale at Ankaful
Following the remand sentence, Shatta Wale was transferred from police custody to the Ankaful Prison
In a video that popped up later, Shatta Wale was spotted taking a stroll through the prison yard with officers surrounding him.
The musician was given a hero's reception by inmates who were excited by his presence in the prison.
Medikal also granted GHC100,000
Still on bail, AMG rapper Medikal has also been granted bail in the sum of GHC100,000 by the same court. He was to provide one surety.
Medikal was arrested on the same day as Shatta Wale, his godfather, was remanded.
The rapper was charged with unauthorised display of firearms and put before court the next day. He pleaded not guilty and was remanded into prison custody for five days.
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