Shatta Wale, Charter House case adjourned to Dec 8

The case involving dancehall artiste Charles Nii Armah Mensah Jnr, known on stage as Shatta Wale, and events outfit, Charter House has been adjourned to December 8.

The case was adjourned because judge Naa Adoley Azu did not turn up Monday, December 1.

Shatta Wale during the first hearing on October 19 made a plea for an out-of-court settlement – Alternative Dispute Resolution (ADR) – in a GH¢10 million defamatory suit Charter House and its CEO, Mr. Iyiola Ayoade brought against him.

It is unclear why the judge did not appear in court but the controversial dancehall artiste, who has been sued for recording and uploading defamatory videos about Charter House and its CEO on Facebook, was in court for the first time.

The self-styled ‘Dancehall King’ told pressmen after the adjournment that he managed to appear in court in spite of his busy schedules.

“Today I got time to come [in spite of] my busy schedules; I have shows and stuff, but I decided to dedicate today to come but so unfortunately the court didn’t sit,” he said.

A very relaxed Shatta Wale, who was in the company of his manager, Lawrence Nana Asiamah Hanson (Bulldog), said he is hoping to return to court next week.

“As we all know, the matter is still in court, my counsel are still handling everything so I’m hoping to comeback a week from now, that is the date they’ve schedule.”

The reigning Ghana Music Awards Artiste of the Year urged that: “Everybody should be calm, every Shatta Movement fan should just keep it cool.”

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