Ghanaian musician Charles Nii Armah Mensah who is also known as Shatta Wale, is rumored to be sentenced to five years in prison or pay a staggering amount of GHC 36,000 for creating anxiety and fear.
It is possible to recall the fact that Shatta Wale gave out some false information regarding him being shot on the Monday of October 18.
The dancehall singer was the subject of headlines, before revealing to claim it was a fake, but police did not do it lightly when they were able to arrest him to be questioned.
Shatta Wale is scheduled to appear before a judge today, October 21, and according to the famous Ghanaian lawyer, Maurice Ampaw, the singer is expected to face five years or an amount that is GHC 36,000.
Lawyer Maurice Ampaw made this known in a recent article that he made to Hitz FM when he was interviewed by Andy Dosty during the DayBreak Hitz program on the 20th of October, Wednesday.
Listen to him in the video below;
Spreading false information; causing fear and panic can land you in jail for 5 years, or, a fine of GHS 36,000 – Lawyer Maurice Ampaw on Shatta Wale's fake gunshot attack. #DaybreakHitz pic.twitter.com/QWGPvqbzyZ
— Hitz 103.9 FM (@Hitz1039FM) October 20, 2021