Charles Nii Armah, popularly known by his stage name as Shatta Wale is a Ghanaian reggae-dancehall artist in Ghana. He traces his origin back to the Ga tribe with his latest release "Botoe" which means "listen" in English.
The song talks about the Ga cultural heritage. Some of the things he revealed in the song was the fact that the Ga land indirectly "Greater Accra" belongs to the Gas. This fact maybe as a result of migration which has led to a huge number of ethnic groups occupying the Ga land.
His song also tells the long preserved culture practice of not fishing on Tuesdays.
He further says 2000 years to come the Ga tribe will be on them. Moreover, his song also talked about the complaince of fisherman to the close season.
He finally ends the song with a thanksgiving statement to the Almighty God and advises the people of the Ga tribe to rise.
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