- Shatta Wale has turned a preacher amid the coronavirus outbreak
- He has called on Ghanaians to give their lives to Christ
- Shatta Wale said at this crucial time, only turning to God can save one’s life
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Controversial Ghanaian musician Shatta Wale has called on Ghanaians to turn to God and give their lives to Christ in the wake of the coronavirus pandemic.
In a tweet sighted by YEN.com.gh, Shatta Wale said no man can save anyone than God, stressing that “until they get a cure, God is the only way.”
He stated bluntly: “Ghanaians must give their life to Christ.”
Many of his fans have reacted to Shatta Wale’s post with some agreeing with him.
Papa and Filey, for instance, agreed with Shatta Wale:
Solomon called Shatta Wale a prophet:
Louis was surprised that Shatta Wale had started preaching suddenly:
Country boss also called Shatta Wale a pastor:
Meanwhile, Shatta Wale has trended massively in the news when he opened his bank account to the world.
By so doing, he disclosed the amount left as his balance in the account and many people praised him.
Shatta Wale revealed that it was the amount of money he has accumulated after he returned to the industry as Shatta Wale following a rebranding from Bandana.
The musician was also in the news following his beef with Sarkodie in which he called the Baby hitmaker a poor man.
However, Sarkodie released a photo of his plush hall to prove to Shatta Wale and the world that he is not a poor person.
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