COVID-19: Shatta Wale donates to prisoners (Photos)

COVID-19: Shatta Wale donates to prisoners (Photos)

- Dancehall sensation Shatta Wale has warmed the hearts of many following his philanthropic acts amid the COVID-19 pandemic

- The controversial singer has extended his kind gestures to Ghanaian prisoners

- Shatta Wale has donated assorted items and an undisclosed amount to prisoners to help fight the pandemic

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Shatta Wale has proven that he is one of the kindhearted musicians Ghana has ever produced.

The multiple award-winning singer is not letting anyone distract him as he has shown massive love to Ghanaian prisoners in the wake of the coronavirus spread.

The ongoing COVID-19 pandemic has brought the world to a standstill including Ghana.

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On Thursday, April 9, 2020, Shatta Wale's team stormed some police stations in the country to donate to the prisoners.

YEN.com.gh has sighted photos of Shatta Wale's team donating assorted items and undisclosed amounts of money to the prisoners.

From the photos, though Shatta Wale was not seen in doing the kindness, his personal assistant Nana Dope, stood in for him.

See photos of Shatta Wale's donation below:

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The reason behind Shatta Wale's absence is yet to be revealed by his team.

Earlier, YEN.com.gh reported a story of Shatta Wale donating to the poor to help fight the COVID-19.

The items include hand sanitizers, veronica buckets for washing hands and money for people who are less privileged in the society.

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