Shatta Michy's educational background revealed

Shatta Michy's educational background revealed

When news of Stonebwoy and Dr. Louisa Kwakye Ansong was announced many issues where discussed on social media. The most controversial ones where the ones involving Manasseh Azure Awuni and Shatta Michy, wife of Shatta Wale.

Shatta Michy educational background

Shatta Michy

In the case of Shatta Michy, she was being compared to the wife of Stonebwoy. Some facebook users in an attempt to ridicule the wife of Shatta Wale compared her educational background to that of Louisa Ansong who was practicing as a dentist at the 37 Military Hospital.

Shatta Michy, who took offence in the comparison came out angrily and in a Snapchat post, called her critics hypocrites and created the impression that Stonebwoy was broke because according to her, the cost of the wedding was going to be borne by Louisa.

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However, on the issue of educational backgrounds of the two ladies in question. It is public knowledge that Dr. Louisa Ansong is a doctor who graduated from the Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology. On her graduation she swept six out of nine awards after passing out as the overall best student in her department.

It has come to light that the wife of Shatta Wale, who bears the real name, Diamond Michelle Gbagonah also has an educational background to boast of. It has been revealed that Shatta Michy is a product of Mfantsiman Girls’ Senior High School. The school boasts of other products including Nadia Buari and Yvonne Okoro. She studied General Arts in the school. She is currently pursuing a course in Marketing at the Wisconsin University.

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She plans on furthering her education to study Law to become a renowned Lawyer in Ghana in the not too distant future

She owns a pub in East Legon as an entrepreneur. She has also featured in a TV series

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