It all started as a fun when self-acclaimed “Dancehall King” Shatta Wale pulled a pistol and fired several shots into air while calling out names of Nigerian singers Wizkid, Patoranking and Timaya.
In a video which has surfaced online, Shatta Wale is seen firing over a dozen shots while he films himself for his social media fans.
Ace broadcasters Bola Ray and Kwame Sefa Kayi have however condemned his actions and have asked him to issue apology statement to Ghanaians.
Tic Tac who was also recently awarded Gh¢ 300,000 lawsuit against Melcom has also called on authorities to take drastic actions against Shatta Wale.
Honestly, we don’t Shatta should have done this considering the fact that he recently even visited the President of Ghana Nana Akufo-Addo.
Now here’s the deal, Shatta might be;
i. indicted by the State for causing a public disturbance
ii. charged for possession of unregistered firearm (ie. if the gun is unregistered)
iii. charged according to Act 29;
(1) In this Code, unless the context otherwise requires, “threat” means
(a) any threat of criminal force or harm; or
(b) any threat of criminal damage to property; or
(c) any threat of libel or of slander; or
(d) any threat that a person shall be prosecuted on a charge of having committed any offence, whether such alleged offence is punishable under this Code or under any other enactment, and whether it has or has not been committed.
(e) any threat that a person shall be detained.
(2) Any expression in this Code referring to a threat includes any offer to abstain from doing, or to procure any other person to abstain from doing, anything the threat of which is a threat of any of the kinds in this section before mentioned.
(3) It is immaterial whether a threat be that the matter thereof will be executed by the person using the threat or against or in relation to the person to whom the threat is used, or by, or against, or in relation to any other person.
(4) It is immaterial whether a threat or offer is conveyed to any person by words, or by writing, or in any other manner, and whether it is conveyed directly, or through any other person, or in any other manner.
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