Rapper Kwaw Kese is still demanding to know who killed his former manager on the fourth anniversary of his gruesome murder.
Fennec Okyere was murdered by unknown assailants at his Mannet Gardens residence at Spintex Road on March 13, 2014.
Kese posed a question on the anniversary of Okyere’s death on Twitter, writing: “4 years of sadness and doubts. Who killed my manager?”
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4 years of sadness and doubts. Who killed my manager ?#GhanaPolice @joy997fm @kasapa1025fm @kevinaggrey @nkonkonsa @ameyaw112 @citi973fm @nydjlive @live919fm @peacefmonline @nakufoaddo @jsagyepong @zoomlion_ghana @zoomlion_gh @hitz1039fm @kwameaplus @graphicshowbiz @ghonetv pic.twitter.com/WRBmXD2mc6
— Katiboom (@kwawkese) December 6, 2017
Former manager of rapper Kwaw Kese, Fennec Okyere was murdered by unknown assailants at his Mannet Gardens residence at Spintex Road on March 13, 2014.
Lawrence Nana Asiamah Hanson (Bull Dog) was arrested months after the murder by the Homicide Unit of the Criminal Investigations Department (CID) of the Ghana Police Service.
Hanson is said to have threatened to killl Okyere after a heated argument on ‘Entertainment Review’ on Peace FM. He called the latter and threatened to send his boys to teach him a lesson after the program had ended.
Prosper Agblor, the then Director General of the CID claimed that there were series of threatening phone calls and text messages to Okyere from people believed to be connected to Hanson.
Police investigations revealed that a day before Okyere’s murder, he received a call from an unknown person. Okyere was found dead at his residence the next morning.
Hanson was subsequently charged as the prime suspect in the murder of Okyere.
The Accra Central District Court discharged Hanson in January 2018 for what it said was the prosecution been conspicuously absent in the matter.
“Prosecution not here; complainant not here, at the last hearing date, prosecution has been conspicuously absent. I have no option than to discharge you.” noted Worlanyo Kotoku, who presided over the court.