- Shatta Wale's mother, Elsie Avemegah, disclosed she has not met her son in person for nearly three years
- She indicated that there is no rift between them
- Elsie Avemegah made the revelation on 'Ay3 Hu’ on Accra-based Hot 93.9FM
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The mother of Ghanaian dancehall musician Shatta Wale, Elsie Avemegah, has disclosed that she has not met her son physically in nearly three years, although they both live in Accra.
The Dancehall Commando's mother made the revelation during an exclusive interview on the social media talk show 'Ay3 Hu', hosted by broadcaster Nana Ampofo on Accra-based Hot 93.9FM.
Asked the last time she either met or saw her son physically, Shatta Wale's mother astonishingly said:
''Shatta Wale doesn’t visit me … it's been almost three years since I set my eyes on Shatta Wale,'' Shatta's mother told Nana Ampofo.
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The host of the show pressed to find out if Elsie Avemegah had an existing problem with her son, but she indicated that there is no rift between her and Shatta Wale.
Although they both live in different houses in Accra, she has not seen the celebrated musician in almost three years, she said.
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The twins, who have grown since the operation performed on them in 1999, expressed immense gratitude to the late founder of the National Democratic Congress (NDC), who paid the medical bills for their separation.
In an interview with GHOne TV/Starr FM's Nana Aba Anamoah, Linda revealed it was difficult for her to accept the late former president Jerry Rawlings had died.
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Tagoe triumphed through the challenges and turned the lemons life offered him into lemonade.
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