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Tamale High Court Remand Mr.Tell In Police Custody For One Week

Renowned Ghanaian media personality Halik Musah, popularly known as Mr. Tell or Adugalli, has been remanded by the Tamale High Court for one week in police custody. The decision came on Monday, June 24, 2024, following allegations of defamatory comments made against the acclaimed singer Fancy Gadam.


Halik Musah, a well-known figure in Tamale’s media landscape, recently made serious accusations against Fancy Gadam, claiming the artist was involved in ritualistic killings to gain wealth and fame. These allegations have stirred significant controversy and concern among fans and the general public.

Incidents Referenced

The allegations by Mr. Tell refer to several tragic incidents involving Fancy Gadam’s entourage and performances. Notably, in June 2018, a vehicle in Fancy Gadam’s convoy lost control and collided with another vehicle, resulting in eight fatalities, including two staff members from Zylofon Media. This accident led to the cancellation of a scheduled concert with Nigerian star Patoranking at the Aliu Mahama Sports Stadium and a subsequent ban on events at the stadium by Ghanaian authorities.

Expressing his grief, Fancy Gadam took to Facebook on June 29, 2018, to mourn the loss and announce the indefinite postponement of the concert.

Additionally, in July 2016, a stampede during Fancy Gadam’s performance at a community center in Asawase, Kumasi, resulted in nine deaths. Mr. Tell has suggested that these recurring tragedies are not mere accidents but deliberate acts for ritualistic purposes.

During his show on Radio Tamale on June 20, 2024, Mr. Tell recounted the story of Jeff, a bereaved father from Tamale, whose child died in one of the incidents. According to Mr. Tell, Jeff 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.”

Arrest and Remand

Mr. Tell was arrested by the Ghana Police on Saturday, June 22, 2024, and subsequently remanded by the Tamale High Court on Monday. He is set to appear before court on Tuesday. The arrest and remand have drawn significant attention, highlighting the serious nature of the allegations and the legal consequences of defamatory statements.

The coming days will be crucial in determining the outcome of this case and its impact on both Halik Musah’s career and Fancy Gadam’s reputation. The public calls for transparency and justice, hoping that the truth will ultimately prevail.

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