- Shatta Michy dedicated Majesty to God at a baptism ceremony in a catholic church as son clocked six years old today, July 11
- She said she feels it is the right thing to do, six years after giving birth to her son
- Majesty is the child of Michy and the Ghanaian dancehall musician, Shatta Wale
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Shatta Michy, the baby mama of dancehall artiste, Shatta Wale, has dedicated their son, Majesty, to God at a baptism ceremony in a catholic church today, July 11.
Majesty clocked a year older today, and his mother took him to a Roman Catholic Church for baptism.
In a post sighted on her Instagram page, where she has garnered over 500,000 followers, the mother of one said she feels it is the right thing to do, six years after giving birth to the boy.
''God gave this little boy Maj to me to fill any empty spots in my life, because of him, I feel complete, and just right that I dedicate him back to our good lord to thank him for six years of growth.
''Many didn’t leave the labour ward, but here we are, six years later. May His name be praised. The ordinance of Baptism,'' she said.
''Now that I’ve given to God what belongs to Him, I can flood your timelines.''
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The Adom hitmaker triumphed over musicians KiDi and Kuami Eugene to clinch the Artiste of the Year award at VGMA22 held in June.
Speaking in an interview on the United Showbiz on Saturday, July 10, Diana Hamilton explained that the controversies that ensued after her victory was also allowed by God for His glory.
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In a separate story, Ghanaian police officer, Lance Corporal Simon Agbeko, has been honoured with an award at the Ghana Influential Youth Awards held Friday, July 9.
The junior police officer won the award for his self-financed projects and generous deeds toward the deprived in society and nation.
Lance Corporal Agbeko first emerged into the limelight after photos of him donating crutches to some physically impaired people on the street surfaced on social media.
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