- John Peter Amewu has shown love to Shatta Wale
- The newly-elected Member for the Hohoe Constituency held a concert to celebrate his victory
- Shatta Wale was one of the artistes who performed at the victory party
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Newly-elected Member of Parliament for the Hohoe Constituency, John Peter Amewu, has professed his massive love for Shatta Wale.
On Monday, December 28, 2020, Amewu held a concert to celebrate his resounding victory at this election 2020.
Many artists were billed to perform at the concert and the biggest name among them was Shatta Wale.
The Ayoo hitmaker didn't disappoint as he thrilled his numerous fans with back-to-back hit songs.
During the course of his performance, Amewu joined Shatta Wale on the stage.
In a video seen by YEN.com.gh, Shatta Wale is captured kneeling before Amewu asking for his blessings.
From the video, Amewu was seen stretching his hands at the dancehall sensation.
Meanwhile, Ghana's minister of information, Kojo Oppong Nkrumah, has been spotted in a new trending video doing the work of a disc jockey at a night event during the Christmas break.
In the video sighted by YEN.com.gh on Instagram, the popular Ghanaian minister who doubles as a Member of Parliament was seen on the turntables playing some songs.
As at the time the video started playing, Ghana's information minister was playing Duncan Mighty's Obianuju.
While dancing with DJ headphones on, Kojo Oppong Nkrumah was captured singing to the camera and maybe to the person recording him.
It appeared the parliamentarian was cooling off after a rather tough couple of months and decided to show off one of his hidden talents.
Kojo Oppong Nkrumah appeared to have been getting a few tips from the original DJ at the event who was standing close to the legislator.
Watch the video below:
Judging from the setting of the event, one can conclude that it was a Christmas house party which saw a number of people in attendance.
While doing his own thing on the turntables, some people in the background were heard cheering on the minister with some screaming "DJ Kojo".
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