Remembering his late manager, Kwaw Kese has asked the police to stop apprehending marijuana (weed) smokers and concentrate on necessary matters that deserve attention.

He wants the killers of his late manager Fennec Okyere brought to book five years after his killing at his Spintex residence.


Advertisement


In an interview on Neat FM on Wednesday, Kwaw Kese wondered why in the 21st century; the police still arrest people who indulge in either the smoking or cultivation of marijuana, when there are several murderers out there walking freely.

“Ghana police is not reliable. The other time I was on my way to an interview I saw the police behind me…I stopped and they said they wanted to search for weed in my car…meanwhile, my manager Fennec Okyere has been murdered mysteriously and the police are not even serious about investigating his case and finding the killers,” he lamented.

The ‘Yakubu’ rapper added that “it is so painful that, we refuse to pay attention to relevant issues but rather concentrate on needless things. Head of institutions who are supposed to concentrate on more important things are rather doing the opposite.”


Advertisement


Kwaw Kese asked the police to cease these unnecessary acts and focus their attention on “conducting investigations when matters arise. That’s what is important.”

The rapper, who has still not recovered from the ghastly murder of his late manager, also took to social media to remember him.

He posted the late Fennec Okyere’s picture with this caption: “You’ll never be forgotten #rip Fennec #itsbeen5years”.



Advertisement



Advertisement


You May Also Like

Coronavirus: Fundraiser for pregnant Ghanaian nurse who died in the UK hits $100,000

Some £87,135 ($108,000) has been raised as a “starting point to support…

PHOTOS: 5 Ghanaian Celebrities Who Have Lost Weight Overnight

The truth is, contemporary people especially ladies around the world specifically Ghanaians…

World Bank Demands US$3.285M from Samuel Tweah

..As restitution for Ineligible Expenditures Following series of letters from international partners…