Musician, Kwaw Kese, who is in prison custody for a drug related offence, has called on his fans and industry colleagues to remain calm as he sees through his two weeks remand term ahead of the next court date.

In a hearty conversation with producer Hammer of the Last two (who together with Sarkodie visited him yesterday), he asked for calm, adding he has been made aware of the ongoing campaign on social media pushing for his release.

“It is well… i am okay,” Hammer quotes him as saying. “I want all my fans to keep calm…God is control. I have been told of the campaign going on online for my release; i appreciate it.”

Kwaw Kese (handcuffed) being escorted into a waiting car during his first court appearance on Monday
Kwaw Kese (handcuffed) being escorted into a waiting car during his first court appearance on Monday

Kwaw, who was arrested on the evening of last Saturday November 22 at a pub in Kumasi for smoking a substance believed to be marijuana, made his first court appearance on Monday. He was denied bail. The prosecuting team insisted granting him that privilege will hurt their investigations.

Circuit court judge, William Boampong, subsequently remanded him for some two more weeks.

The case is back in court on December 8.

By: Abena Akyaa Hirsch/enewsgh.com

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