The mystery surrounding the death of Cash Nation Records Label boss Kashy Godson has been lingering for a long time now. Recall that his signee, Barry Jhay was arrested as a prime suspect for the murder of the producer. Ever since the arrest, Barry Jhay who believes he is innocent of the accusation remained restless knowing fully well that if anything goes wrong, he might end up in jail.
The Police in their own part have been investigating the case seriously while Barry Jhay has been in their custody. During these periods, Barry has been asking his fans to keep praying for him not to go to jail. He, himself have been praying to be justified and proven innocent.
As of today, he broke the Good News that he has been proven innocent after the Police investigation proved that he was not traced at the scene of event during the death of Kashy Godson.
Here comes the details of the Police findings and verdicts.
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