- Shatta Wale's mother, Evelyn Avemegah, has disclosed that her son's song 'Bandana from Ghana', helps her to pray
- According to her, she encountered difficulties during childbirth and the lyrics of the song encouraged her
Shatta Wale’s mother, Evelyn Avemegah, has revealed that one of her son’s popular songs, ‘Bandana from Ghana’, helps her to pray.
In a report by razzonline.com, she stated that it has been her favourite song for several years now.
In the mid-2000s, Shatta Wale, who was then known as Bandana, released 'Bandana From Ghana', which featured Tinny, another musician.
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The song has been considered by music connoisseurs as one of the most popular songs in recent times.
"I see it as a gospel song and I always pray with it, because anytime I hear that song I weep. Shatta Wale spent 13 months in my stomach, and I was neglected by everyone.
The nurses who were taking care of me got tired and subsequently neglected me, because for the 5 days I spent there, I could not give birth,” she disclosed.
She went ahead to say that a part of the song which says ‘Moko Hoo’, means a lot to her, because there was no one around as she gave birth to Shatta Wale.
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