Shatta Wale notifies political parties to leave his brand out of their campaigns

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The Shatta Movement Boss, Shatta Wale has cautioned politicians and their political parties to stay away from using his picture or his brand for their campaigns.

We are currently in the political period where politicians use influential people to pull crowd for themselves. Shatta Wale is the hottest artist in town and therefore has a lot of influence on the Ghanaian populace. Considering that, he decided to stay neutral. As campaigns are ongoing, the international dancehall act has made it clear that he does not want to be involved in anything related to politics.

Shatta Wale in time past was known to be a strong member of the National Democratic congress but when the New Patriotic Party came to power, he admired the works of President Nana Addo. He even mention on radio that His Exellency Nana addo should be given four more years. He appears to be stuck between the two parties hence staying neutral.

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In a tweet sighted by Newsnowgh, the dancehall act warned political parties to leave his brand out of their campaigns. He further wrote that he and his loyal fans would cooperate with whoever becomes the next president.

He added that anyone who wishes to learn more about his decision should contact his office. He left a phone number on which he could be reached.

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