The Accra Circuit Court has fined dancehall artist Charles Nii Armah Mensah, nicknamed Shatta Wale, Ghc2,000 for making a false death claim in October of last year.
Shatta Wale will serve a three-month jail sentence if the fine is not paid.
Shatta Wale was fined by the court, which was presided over by Emmanuel Essandoh, after the performer admitted to publishing fake news.
Wale had initially pleaded not guilty to the crime but today amended his plea after his attorneys asked with the court to show pity and reduce his punishment.
This problem even resulted in the arrest of Jesus Ahoufe, a Ghanaian prophet who had predicted that the musician would be shot if he did not pray.
In other news, controversial Ghanaian counselor Charlotte Oduro has warned men to be careful of women who use s£x toys because the likelihood that they will cheat is high.
Counselor Oduro expressed her dislike for couples that use s£x toys before, during, and after sexual contact in an exclusive interview with Kwaku Manu.
She believes that using s£x toys is one of the simplest ways to encourage infidelity in a relationship or marriage…continue reading