Sensational Dancehall Artiste, Charles Nii Armah popularly known as Shatta Wale in showbiz has been exposed after he issued a fake cheque of $10,000 to his friend Henry Rich Game as a birthday gift.
At Henry’s birthday party yesterday, Shatta signed a whooping $100,000 cheque for his friend, stating it was a birthday from him to the birthday celebrant
In a post circulating on social media, the cheque in question has a black pen writing in the cash section which makes the cheque invalid for withdrawal.
checks by the1957news.com have revealed the following.
According to BOG laws, Once a black pen is not used at the counter (thus at the Bank), it loses its validity hence the cheque issued by Shatta Wale happens to be a fake cheque.
Secondly, a withdrawal of $10,000 is not feasible as it goes beyond the bank’s cash limit available for an individual to withdraw by cheque.
Furthermore, the said Cheque book is not designated for a dollar account as the currency initials is Ghana Cedis. This makes it impossible for dollars to be withdrawn from the Cedi account hence the cheque is invalid as it emerges as putting square pegs in round holes.
Moreover, the cheque wasn’t dated which does not determine the time limit for the cheque to be withdrawn and the location of the bank for the withdrawal is also in Ahodwo in the Ashanti Region.
This and other things defy the validity of the cheque he issued to his friend as a birthday gift hence the whopping amount of $10,000 can’t be withdrawn as the cheque is fake.
This has gotten buzz on social media as netizens are astonished and many believe it is a tactic by Shatta and his friend to fool people into believing these “settings”.