Shatta Wale Thinks Ghanaian Artistes Need Lessons from Nigeria’s Creative Industry

Singer, song writer and CEO of the Shatta Movement is pushing for love amongst his fellow artistes.

As the hashtag #FreeTems #FreeOmahLay continues to spread across social media with Nigerian celebrities lending their voices to speak up against the detention of their colleagues in police custody in Uganda, a couple of other international artistes have joined in and Shatta Wale is one of them.

The Ghanian superstar applauded the love and support that Nigerian artistes have been showering on their detained colleagues by not keeping quiet. In Shatta’s words “if it were to be in Ghana, perhaps it would have been ill-wishes from colleagues”.

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Nigerians are known for showing support to their own in times of distress and Shatta Wale believes that his colleagues in the creative industry must imbibe this attitude of support.

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