Charles Nii Armah Mensah Junior known in Showbiz as Shatta Wale is up in the news with some trendy caption captions following his visit to the Presiding Archbishop and General Overseer of the Action Chapel International Ministry, Nicholas Duncan-Williams. The dancehall artiste is seen in pictures receiving prayers of blessings from the renowned man of God.
Shatta Wale humbly knelt before Archbishop Duncan-Williams' table with his hands up, in a very submissive manner during the prayer session. It is not clear yet what took Shatta Wale to Duncan-Williams house but one would assume it was an intercessory prayer he sought for some project he is about embarking on.
For the past weeks, and even after receiving some award as the Best Virtual Entertainer of the Year in the 2021 International Reggae and World Music Awards (IRWMA), Shatta Wale has been hinting of some master piece or project he will be embarking on.
Would this be an indication of he being ready to take the move, and surely, what should Ghanaians expect from him in this new age?
Already the praises made of his name is resonating strongly on his social media handles, something that might provoke some jealousy from most of his rivals in the industry.
It is expected that Shatta Wale would soon make some announcement about what occasioned the visit to Duncan-Williams.
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