Artiste Manager, Lawrence Nana Asiamah Hanson, popularly known as Bulldog has cleared the perception put on the general public by the Police in connection to the murder of Fennec Okyere.
According to Bulldog, he had issues with the Police because of the false information they gave about him in connection with his involvement in the murder of Fennec Okyere.
“There’s a perception out there that I threatened Fennec. I did not. There’s no record anywhere. Nothing! The only argument I had with Fennec was public on the radio. And I never used those words.
“So if the police come out to say that and they had said that and it’s on record that they said that, what do you expect me to do? Praise the police? No, I won’t. I will give it to them the way they deserve,” he told Andy Dosty on Hitz FM.
Bulldog had stated in an interview on Okay FM that his 9-month-old baby was more intelligent than the police, a statement which landed him in trouble.
However, he has revealed it was before he formed a new relationship with the Ghana Police.
“Let me clear this. There was a statement I made. Now, I’m very very cool, and it’s not like before I wasn’t cool. I’m still cool with the police. I just came from the IGP’s office. I have respect for every policeman, especially the ones on the street. They do the dirty work.”
He continued; “I read from cells my own story how I killed Fennec. Yeah, it’s funny. I was reading it. Upon all the hard work that I have done in this country, I had never made the front page until they said I killed someone.”
Before his early demise, Fennec Okyere was the head of MadTime Entertainment and manager of Kwaw Kese.
He was found dead at his Manet Gardens residence, in March 2014. Fennec was brutally killed by unknown assailants, who broke into his house in Accra on Thursday, 13, March 2014.
Bulldog was subsequently arrested as the prime suspect in Fennec’s murder.