Popular Ghanaian dancehall artist Shatta Wale has taken the time to visit the late Major Maxwell Mahama's family during their time of mourning of their late relative.
In a compassionate move that some may say is unlike the popular dancehall artist, Shatta Wale - born Charles Nii Armah - took the time out of his daily schedule to visit the bereaved family of the late Major Maxwell Adams Mahama.
One would recall that following reports of the late Ghana Armed Forces (GAF) officer's lynching, Shatta Wale produced and released a tribute song dedicated to Captain Maxwell Mahama.
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There was also a picture circulated on social media where a young man who looks like Shatta Wale posed with with an equally young Maxwell Mahama, although some have disputed the authenticity of this picture saying that the young man in the picture is in fact not Shatta Wale.
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Shatta Wale recently - and comically - stated in the post on his Facebook page that should the perpetrators of Major Mahma's killing escape the clutches of the law then the biblical end times would surely start in Ghana.
In a caption that came with the Shatta Movement leader's picture with the aggrieved family, Shatta wale wrote, "Where our strength runs out, God’s strength begins. Let’s continue praying for this family”.
One may say what one would about the controversial dancehall artist but one thing is for sure, and that is that he most definitely has a heart.
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