Shatta Wale jabs Govt over lack of education about 'Year of Return'

Shatta Wale jabs Govt over lack of education about 'Year of Return'

Controversial Dancehall artiste, Shatta Wale, has hit hard at government, stating that it has failed in educating Ghanaians about the Year of Return'

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The 'Melissa'hitmaker said a lot of Ghanaians are clueless about the 'Year and Return' campaign because the government did not take time to educate the citizens enough about the rationale behind the campaign.

“We failed to educate the country about this year of return. I don’t see anything going on about this year of return. I feel the government has failed to educate the people,” Shatta Wale stated in an interview on UTV.

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According to Shatta Wale, all he knows about the 'Year of Return' campaign is that people from around the world will be coming down to Ghana, adding that mostly when the people come, they only visit the Cape Coast castle and the president.

He disclosed that if Ghanaians understood the campaign well enough, it will create business opportunities for most of them.

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According to Shatta Wale, stakeholders and gatekeepers in the industry who are supposed to be interested in pushing the Ghanaian music industry, only concern themselves with talking about people's private lives.

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