Shatta Wale, has pleaded guilty for faking his death in October 2021.
He has subsequently been fined two thousand Ghana cedis (Ghc 2,000.00) in default of which he will be imprisoned for three (3) months.
This was after he changed his plea from not guilty to guilty before His Worship, Emmanuel Essandoh of the Circuit Court 4.
The controversial artiste was brought before the Court for publishing on social media, a prophecy of death which he claimed was about him.
His lawyer, Jerry Avenogbor, told the Court that he was a first-time offender who was remorseful of the act. The prosecution, on the other hand, led by ASP Maxwell Oppong did not oppose the change in plea.
The Court presided over by His Worship Emmanuel Essandoh delivered a non-custodial sentence and fined the musician an amount of GH¢2,000.
If Shatta Wale fails to pay the fine, he will be liable to spend three months in jail.