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Shatta Wale's advice to the Ghetto youth -You shouldn't let politicians manipulate you

Ghana is scheduled for Monday 7 December 2020 to vote on who will rule Ghana for four years.


During the election preparations in Ghana, Shatta Wale went on Twitter to inform his primary supporters and the Ghetto Youth about a few words.


After the Monday elections, he began by claiming "Ghana is the greatest winner."


"I would say further that after the polls on Monday, Ghana will be the main winner. The people distinguish and know the importance of the harmony we enjoy today," he tweeted.


Shatta Wale – who is currently visiting the West – told her young people that they should inquire where the children of political leaders are as politicians approach them to fight during the elections.


"If someone comes to you and tries to convince you to go and war in this year's elections, ask their children and their family members where to go #SM4Peace."


He added: "They are good friends both @NAkufoAddo and @JDMahama, why should you encourage yourself to become swayed in the country to generate chaos by-elections?


Dream of youth twice in the ghetto. The future is on your side and you don't use the Weapons THUMB, be wise and vote peacefully."


Shatta Wale, the parliamentary candidate of the NDC, Dorgas Nda-Affo Toffey's campaign platform, stopped early this week while on a tour of the Jomoro region of the West.


Mrs. Toffey, who has been the mother of Afro-pop songwriter Fantana, is contesting MP Paul Essien to be elected in the December elections.


And Shatta Wale used the opportunity as a sign of allegiance to support Fantana's mother and also urged her to vote massively for his fans.

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