The self-acclaimed African dancehall king, Charles Nii Armah Mensah popularly Known as Shatta Wale was spotted with archbishop Duncan Williams. Ghanaian reggae-dancehall artist has taken to social media shared pictures that involved him and the archbishop.
In the post, Shatta Wale was seen kneeling down, raised up his hands receiving God blessing. Archbishop Duncan Williams was also seated down praying to seek God strength for the artist.
The post of the prominent singer has gathered some comments from his followers saying in everything we need God first. The action and decision taken by Shatta Wale is the best and God will help him to achieve his ambition.
The presiding archbishop and general overseer of Action Chapel International (ACI) ministry, Nicholas Duncan-Williams has worked with God for so many years. This is the high time most of our musicians need the strength of God. Blessing from God will make you go higher.
Below are some of the comments.
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