- Shatta Wale has featured NPP’ Chairman Wontumi on new song titled Zion
- He sings that he would never keep quiet on what he must talk about
- He also sang that people must learn to say “thank you, I am sorry, and God bless my motherland”
- Wale disclosed that he wrote the song together with Chairman Wontumi
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Controversial Ghanaian musician Shatta Wale has released a new song titled Zion featuring NPP’s Chairman Wontumi.
Shatta Wale sang that he would never stop talking until people learn to do the right thing in Ghana.
He constantly mentioned Chairman Wontumi in the song, revealing that he had written the song together with him.
According to Shatta Wale. People must learn to say “thank you, I am sorry, and God bless my motherland”, stressing that these are the things that make the society better.
He repeated in the song severally in the Akan language that he would never ever keep quiet till the right thing is done.
Many people have reacted to the song telling their minds about it.
Boadi, for instance, wrote that it is a beautiful song:
Courage also wrote that the words of the song are wisdom for everyday life:
Freddy says Shatta Wale is amazing:
Riginal commented “greatness”:
Kofi wrote that the song is inspirational:
There are many other comments telling how fans reacted to Shatta Wale’s words.
He was in the news recently when patrons in one of Dubai's biggest shop jammed to his Ayoo song.
Shatta Wale has also released a ‘diss’ song against Charter House, saying they are a cheat to Ghanaian musicians.
He also emerged as the most searched Ghanaian celebrity for 2019.
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