Shatta Wale is brewing another controversy after he called Ghana a “village”.
The dancehall artist in a tweet referred to Ghana as a village. According to him, he will continue to see Ghana as a village until he sees change.
Shatta Wale made references to the “no bed” situation in Ghanaian public hospitals, inadequate ambulances and poor roads as part of the reasons he considers Ghana a village.
The self-acclaimed dancehall king of Ghana also made references to political leaders who are flown out when they get ill.
Shatta ends his tweet saying: “We dey village stop the nonsense”.
I’ll continue to #GhanaIsAVillage until I start seeing change .., yes I craze .. Wetin better ,country wey hospitals no get bed, Roads all spoil,if leader sick either dem fly out or chopper picks them during accidents ,where the ambulances Dey .. We Dey Village stop the nonsense
— SHATTA WALE (@shattawalegh) November 20, 2018
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Is Ghana really a village as Shatta Wale claims?
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