Undoubtedly one of the best dancehall musicians in Africa, Charles Nii Armah Mensah Jnr., affectionately known as Shatta WaleADVERTISEMENT has registered his displeasure in the mindsets of Ghanaians, especially regarding successful people.
Shatta Wale who recently became a victim of the law following a stunt he pulled stated that the negative mindsets of Ghanaians can only be changed by the intervention of a billion spiritualists because they are too primitive.
He further stated that most people in the country are toiling very hard to fend for themselves but at the end of the day, they have no reflection of their hard work in their pockets but he encouraged them to keep working smart.
He wrote on Facebook; As for Ghana ,if tings go change especaily our mindsets,unless 5 billion juju men oooo..People dem a mindset for this place be too primitive and that’s so sad .Keep working smart (My key to success)Cuz you know you working hard but it’s not reflecting in your pocket ..so sad. !!Have you thot about that …
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In other news, Ghanaian comic actor cum content creator, Sadik Sulley, popularly known as SDK has taken to his social media to announce the demise of his father.
The 26-year-old actor took to the microblogging platform, Twitter to announce the death of his father who has featured in most of his comedy skits alongside his mother who is also being ridden in a wheelchair.
The late father has been one of the main characters in most of his comedy skits. He even made an appearance in SDK’s movie titled “BLUE FILM”. Ever since the comedian emerged into the comedy scene, both parents have thrown their weights behind him by starring in almost all his skits.