Kwaw Kese otherwise known as the ‘Mad man’ has told Citi FM that he was never arrested as reported in the media last week.
The Madina Divisional Police Commander, Paul Aryittey, who confirmed the story, said on Wednesday afternoon, the artiste parked his vehicle at the Madina market car park in a manner the city guards found improper.
However, in Kese’s very own narration, he was invited to the police station to settle peacefully, a disagreement with a city guard who accosted him for parking in a non-parking area.
Speaking to host of Brunch in the Citi, Jessica on Citi FM, Kese explained “I was actually buying something and he said I didn’t park in the right place.
“But I think Ghanaians lack respect and that’s something I feel very bad about. Some people will see you and hate you for whom you are. The city guard saw me and said I’m Kwaw Kese and so what? ”
According to the Ghanaian star, the city guard started banging on his car, demanding that he stepped out.
“And I was with my daughter and it was her birthday. I was taking her to school and I was with her, her teacher and her friend. People should learn to respect each other,” he opined.
On his current projections, Kese is promoting a series of singles he recently released. Soldier Love, a love song, which is notably the first love song for Kese, is receiving massive airplay.