Popular Ghanaian dancehall artiste, Shatta Wale, has marked Ghana’s Independence Day celebrations on social media.
In his latest post, the music artiste shared a photo showing a group of people gathered at a place.
Of the many people gathered, seven of them, dressed in traditional attire, stood on their feet, with five of them holding high flags of Ghana.
Behind them is an edifice that rises high into the sky, with a huge black star prominently featured on it, which is the popular city attraction, the Black Star Gate.
In addition to the photo, Shatta Wale posted one word ‘FREEDOM’, which coincidentally, happens to be the title of one of his popular songs.
His post, which could be construed to mark the 61st Independence Day of Ghana, appears to reinforce the message captured in the country’s official motto, Freedom and Justice.
As expected, his fans, celebrated this unique day with him.
@don_robbyn wrote: "Happy freedom day to you, my super star. King shatta"
@kwansima however argued that : "Ghanaians should stop celebrating independent day because all it does is reminds us of the days of slavery" and @georgeasanteboateng also declared that "Shatta Wale, you have done it all with your freedom."
Shatta Wale is one of Ghana's most popular dancehall artists. The Dancehall guru’s influence with his large fan base makes him one of Ghana’s highly favored celebrities.
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