Nigerian singer, Akinbiyi Abiola Ahmed popularly known as "Bella Shmurda" has been deported from Ghana after the Accra Court found him guilty of assaulting a doctor with a fork while in quarantine for testing positive to "COVID-19".
The 24 year old who also rosed to prominence with the released of the song "Vision 2020", with a remix which featured popularly Nigerian rapper 'Olamide".
The "Cash App" hit maker was deported alongside two others "Ramsey Omeofe" & Jubreel Abimbola, while they were also fined GH2,000 each and was also banned from visiting Ghana for a period of Three (3 months).
It was reported that Bella Shmurda and the two person's were quarantined when they arrived at Ghana as mandated due to the ravaging pandemic and underwent Covid-19 tests, they were instructed to be quarantined at the MPlaza hotel in Accra after they were reportedly tested positive for the virus which implies they have to be quarantined.
They weren't comfortable with the news and agitated that it would disrupt their activities in Ghana, the trio later attacked the Doctor who delivered the news to them with a fork in an attempt to escape from quarantine.
The necessary authority in Ghana has investigated the attack which the Adjabeng Circuit Court sitting in Accra found them guilty and ordered their deportation with a fine of GH2,000, which they were also banned from entering Ghana for a period of Three (3) months.
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