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Yesterday, TheProgrammeNews and various news portal reported about the death of two people at Ejura. These people were reported to have crashed with the army which led to their death.
Earlier today, Shatta Wale has taken to his Facebook account and has posted things which have made some people express their disappointment to him by unfollowing him on Twitter and Facebook. According to Shatta Wale, the youth in the country are not hardworking enough to change their destiny.
He stated that he struggled before getting into the limelight to be who he is now and if the youth wants to make it in life too then they should start with the hustle. He added that graduates in the country should take it upon themselves and fix their attitude if they want to be successful. These statements did not go on well with some of his followers which made them unfollow him.
See picture of what he posted on his social media accounts
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