- A video of the deputy minister of transport singing Shatta Wale's hit song, 'My Level' has surfaced online
-Wearing an all white attire, he grabbed the microphone and did justice to the song at the event
- Also present was the deputy minister of interior, Henry Quartey
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The deputy minister of transport and the Member of Parliament (MP) for Tema East, Nii Kwartei Titus Glover, has been spotted in a video, singing Shatta Wale’s hit song, ‘My Level.’
He is seen with the deputy minister for the interior, Henry Quartey, who later rises up to give him support as he sings.
YEN.com.gh is yet to confirm the event which brought the Glover’s musical talent to bear, but information available suggests that he is a known fan of dancehall artiste, Shatta Wale.
Matching a white shirt with trousers of the same colour, Glover is seen with a microphone and a smile on his face as he does justice to the song.
Wearing blue shorts, a lacost shirt and sunglasses to match, Quartey slowly rises to join him and dance along to the tune of the song.
Predictably, social media users reacted in various ways to the video:
Lawrence observed that he has seen Glover singing Shatta Wale's songs before.
Quansah added that Glover always wins with Shatta Wale's songs during his campaigns.
Boateng prayed for long life for him for knowing his level.
Suleman prayed for God's blessings for the minister.
Clark believes that this is the best of Shatta Wale's songs.
Blankson observed that ministers are dancing with the tunes of kings.
In other news, YEN.com.gh is in possession of a photo taken in the early 1980s of the current Asantehene, Osei Tutu II and the legendary linguist, Baffuor Osei Akoto.
The photo was taken in London and shows the now Asantehene, then known as Barima Kwaku Dua, sporting an Afro hairstyle and completes his outfit with a shirt, trousers and a wristwatch on his hands.
Akoto, on the other hand, was in what appeared to be a cream-coloured suit and a red-dotted tie.
Information available shows that Akoto served as a linguist to three Asantehenes: Prempeh II, Opoku Ware II and Osei Tutu II.
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