For Christ’s Sake It’s Been Three Years! – Kwaw Kese Calls For Ghana Police To Provide Answers Into Murder Of Fennec Okyere

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Rapper Kwaw Kese has called on the Ghana Police Service to provide answers on those behind the gruesome murder of his manager, Fennec Okyere, exactly three years ago today.

Kwaw Kese spoke with the Graphic Showbiz last week ahead of the anniversary, and three years on he says the death still haunts him and he’s disappointed authorities have apprehended noone.

“The Police need to give us answers on who the killers are. For Christ’s sake, it’s been three years and yet there seem to be no head way. This isn’t a practice that should be encouraged because no one would feel safe in his/her home.” Kwaw Kese told Showbiz.

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“A hardworking young man with so much potential is taken away from his young family because someone or some people think he doesn’t deserve to live.

“And after three years, the police is yet to find who the perpetrators are? The police can’t provide answers? Who killed Fennec? We need to ask the police.

“Today, it is Fennec, tomorrow, it could be any of us. This isn’t an issue that should be brushed aside. The Police must be compelled to quicken investigations which have obviously been stalled,” he added.

Kwaw Kese then remembered his former manager who before anything else, was a friend and someone who believed in him.

“The journey hasn’t been easy without Fennec. He was my backbone and the initiator of most of my projects. We were two paddies who managed the Mad Time Entertainment outfit. His absence has affected my career and slowed me down.

“Fennec will forever remain in my memory for his creativity and artistic knowledge. I say this because it was out of his creativity that a star was born in me.” ‘Abodam’ added.

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