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Sarkodie to appear in court over Kantanka reward scheme hoax


An Accra High Court has subpoenaed award-winning musician, Michael Owusu Addo, known professionally as Sarkodie, to testify in respect of a suit against automobile company, Kantanka.

The Kantanka Automobile Company has been sued by one Jude Osei for allegedly failing to fulfill a promise of gifting him a Kantanka Mensah vehicle after reaching a 30,000 retweet requirement.

The plaintiff, in a writ dated May 14, 2019, claimed he successfully garnered 30,000 retweets in a span of one year, but he did not receive his reward.

Rather, the Kantanka Automobile Company released a disclaimer stating that the tweet offering a Kantanka Mensah car for 30k retweets is a “hoax and should be ignored”.

It is for this reason, plaintiff Jude Osei has dragged the company to court, to register his displeasure that the company waited a year after he had reached his 30k target to issue a disclaimer.

Jude’s lawyer has claimed that Kantanka’s social media account is not phoney, because it was once used to tweet a message to Sarkodie, which the rapper replied.

In this regard, the artiste will, on Monday, June 13, at 11:00am appear before the Accra High Court to “testify to matters he has knowledge of in respect to the instant suit.”

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