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BREAKING NEWS: DJ Tell Reportedly Arrested by Ghana Police Following Defamation Allegations Against Fancy Gadam

Tamale, Ghana – Renowned Ghanaian media personality Halik Musah, popularly known as Mr. Tell or Adugali, has been arrested by the Ghana Police Service. The arrest, which took place in the early hours of Saturday, June 22, 2024, was confirmed by musician Fancy Gadam in a social media post.

Fancy Gadam announced the arrest on his Facebook page, stating, “Halik Musah (DJ Tell) has officially been picked up by the Ghana Police Service in the early hours of today after making defamatory comments about me. If you don’t know how to use the media space, the law will teach you how to. I want to use this opportunity to thank the Ghana police service for the swift action. SEE YOU IN COURT ❗️❗️❗️”

The artist’s PRO and road manager,

Hassan Al Hussein commented under the post, adding, “This will surely bring finality to this pathological psychosis of hate.”

Background to the Controversy

Mr. Tell’s arrest follows his recent allegations against Fancy Gadam, accusing the multiple award-winning singer of ritualistic killings to gain wealth and fame. These serious accusations reference past tragic incidents involving Fancy Gadam’s entourage and performances.

In June 2018, a vehicle in Fancy Gadam’s convoy tragically lost control and collided with another vehicle while en route to welcome Nigerian star Patoranking for a concert at the Aliu Mahama Sports Stadium in Tamale. The accident resulted in eight fatalities, including two staff members of the entertainment company Zylofon, and numerous injuries. This led to the cancellation of the concert and a subsequent ban on events at the stadium by Ghanaian authorities.

Fancy Gadam expressed his grief on Facebook on June 29, 2018, stating, “My heart is heavy right now. Words can’t describe how I feel. I am sorry to announce to you that my show with Patoranking scheduled to come off tomorrow has been postponed indefinitely… I can’t lose my fans and still have the heart to stage a show.”

In another incident in July 2016, a stampede during Fancy Gadam’s performance at a community center in Asawase, Kumasi, reportedly resulted in the deaths of nine people. Mr. Tell suggested these recurrent tragedies were not accidents but deliberate acts for ritualistic purposes.

During his show on Radio Tamale on June 20, 2024, Mr. Tell shared the story of Jeff, a bereaved father from Tamale, whose child died in one of the incidents. According to Mr. Tell, Jeff continues to mourn his loss and feels abandoned by Fancy Gadam, who has allegedly ignored their calls for support post-funeral. “These instances are not normal,” Mr. Tell asserted. “He used those people for rituals.”

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