The headlining court case between dancehall act, Shatta Wale and event organizing house, Charterhouse and their head, Iyiola Ayoade is sure to go its full stretch, contrary to talks that the case?might be settled out of the court room. Many thought the court case between Charterhouse and dancehall act, Shatta Wale is even dead and gone since little has been heard of this case since the start of this year.
On Saturday, the PRO of Charterhouse, George Quaye confirmed in a radio interview with Agyemang Nie on Rainbow radio that the case continues this Friday, 5th of June, 2015. When asked by the host why it took so long for the case to continue, he responded that the case was originally supposed to be back in court on 22nd May.
He said, ?The case was originally supposed to be back in court on the 22nd of May but it has to be rescheduled since the judicial staff went on their strike, but the road is clear now for the action to continue from this Friday, 5th of June.?
When the PR and business manager of Shatta Wale, Bulldog was contacted to ascertain whether they are ready for court this Friday, he asked the host to contact the management of Charterhouse for this court case thing since he didn?t send any one to court.
On 2nd October 2014, Charterhouse sued Shatta Wale for defamation, seeking damages of GH10million. This was after the self-acclaimed Dancehall King, took to his facebook page to upload derogatory videos against the events company and its CEO, Iyiola Ayoade.