Michael Owusu Addo, Ghana's best rapper, paid a visit to the National Chief Imam, his eminence, Sheikh Dr. Osman Sharubutu, as part of his 102nd birthday celebration to request prayers and to wish him a happy birthday.
In a video spotted by Ridallah on the rapper's verified Facebook page, the rapper can be seen eagerly holding the arms of the Sheikh while receiving prayers from the Sheikh, who is loved and respected across both religious divides in Ghana due to his abundant tolerance for diversity and inclusion, as well as his love for peace.
Some of the sarknation's most ardent fans were in attendance for the colorful visit. On the occasion of the Chief Imam's 102nd birthday, he joined a long list of celebrities who paid him a visit.
Michael Owusu Addo, better known as Sarkodie, is a Ghanaian rapper and businessman. He is known as Africa's fastest rapper and has received numerous awards for his music. His rap skills have made him a household name in Africa and other continents.
Here's a link to a video of Sarkodie meeting with the National Chief Imam.
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