It is amazing when some people try to defend what is undefendable.
We keep on tolerating some things which in the long run, it is setting a bad precedent. It appears we are all not equal under the law as the constitution stipulates.
Wrong is wrong and we have to condemn the wrongs without fear or favour.
We are struggling to control hooliganism in football, vigilantism in politics resulting in bloody clashes and now hooliganism in entertainment is going to be another headache.
Inasmuch as I am against Shatta Wale’s attempt to be on the stage with his entourage while Stonebwoy and his team were on the stage, the latter’s reaction was not in a good taste.
“No person shall, except in accordance with the terms of a permit granted under this Decree or with the written consent of the Inspector-General of Police, publicly display any arms or ammunition (including explosives) or discharge any firearm or other weapon in any public place,” according to Section 7 (1) of Ghana’s Arms And Ammunition Act – 1972 (NRCD 9).
The Ghana Police Service should tell us whether Stonebwoy has gone through this process stated above.
I still stand by my view that both artistes (Shatta Wale and Stonebwoy) deserve condemnation.