The most trending musician in Ghana now, Shatta wale, has taken his turn to participate in the just ended voter registration exercise in Ghana.
The dancehall artiste registered at the Ebenezer 2 and 3 JHS registration Centre at Korle-Gorno in Accra.
The top musician who arrived in the company of his father and business manager, Shatta Capo, was taken through coronavirus protocols before being registered by the EC officials.
3news.com reports that amidst cheers from a thick crowd of Shatta Movement loyalists, the “Gringo” hitmaker expressed excitement about the process, noting it’s smooth and simple.
“Well I think the process is great and I like the way my people embraced me here . I believe it’s my civic right to do this and I’ve come to obey the laws of Ghana.”
The native of Korle-Gorno looks forward to vote for exercising his civic responsibilities come December 7.
“I have my card now and Come December 7, I will vote to choose my president ”, the musician remarked.
Asked why he waited for the eleventh hour to register, The SM boss said he wanted to be the “last man standing.”
“You know , for One Don and my empire, we always do things like this. I felt this is the last day so let me just grace this occasion by making people know I am the am the last man Standing ” the musician whose recent video with Beyonce has become the talk of town responded.
Shatta Wale has been in social media trends in the past weeks after Beyonce released her music film, Black is King, which featured a song that she collaborated with Shatta Wale on.
Although the song was released long ago, the video was recently released on July 31. It has since become the talk of town in the Ghana entertainment industry.