Popular Ghanaian dancehall artist and boss of the Shatta Movement Shatta Wale has been granted bail by the Accra High Court.
The lawyers of Shatta Wale fought for bail for the artist by using his reputation and personality as a stronghold to the court. They argued that Shatta Wale is not a flight risk and will not escape from the country.
Shatta Wale was granted bail with his three other colleagues including his personal assistant who spread the news. Kojo Owusu Koranteng, Idris Yussif, and Eric Venator were also granted bail.
The artist and his colleagues have been granted a GHC100,000 bail with surety. The case has however been adjourned to November 9th.
Shatta Wale and his team members were arrested a few days ago after they played a prank by circulating false information about his shootings. The personal assistant Nana Doe shared on his status that the artist has been rushed to the hospital after he was shot at East Legon.