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This Is trending now on social media and it's about the controversies of the hashtag fix the country. Another issue has started going viral about your favorite musician in ghana. Responses to this situation has causes stir online, people support the man I'm about to show you instead of the artist. This is what happened
Shatta Wale is a dancehall artist and also an entrepreneur in ghana. He has so many followers on instagram due to his hard work in the industry. He recently caused some distraction at nima and it was about some road constructors blocking his way back home. Report shows that he later send his guys to stop the road constructors from working, this has gone beyond viral on social. Everyone got upset with this issue.
Just now a man called twene jonas who always address problems in ghana has also speak about this issue. He said what shatta wale did was not right because the constructors was working on the bad roads in our community to fix the country. He then said he want a good future for our ghana coming generation and wouldn't like anyone intercepting. Take a look at pic of the man I'm talking about
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