TV3’s Ghana’s Strongest is a famous strength competition that has ever hit our screens. The show gets 10 strong men to travel through a rigorous regiment of strength activities. Each stage will determine the strongest and the less strong will be evicted from the show.
Although many boasts of being strong, Shaka Zulu has succeeded to become Ghana’s strongest for the third time. He won in 2017 and 2018 before he left for the United States for three years, only to return and win 2021 as well. He walked away with a brand new car and a cash prize of GHC10,000. He decided to present his belt to the first gentleman of the land- President Nana Addo Dankwa Akuffo-Addo.
However, they both took a picture and the image appears to have a replica of David and Goliath from the Holy Bible. If you will recall from JSS RME or Sunday school for Christians, there is a story of a certain young man called David who decided to fight a 9 ft tall giant called Goliath. The image of Shaka Zulu and the President shows exactly how that story played out. Ghanaians have an interestingly hilarious way of describing affairs.
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