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ENTERTAINMENT: Trotro Ends Trip To Meet Shatta Wale

Information reaching Thinknews Online reveals a 'Trotro' has ended his trip to meet Dancehall King, Charles Nii Ammah, know in showbiz as Shattawale at the studios of Hitz FM, an Accra based radio station.

The driver whose name was given as Liman Akwara pulled a surprise on his passengers as he cut short his long journey to meet Shatta Wale overseeing the Musician enter the premises of the building.

ThinkNews Online has gathered that Mr. Akwara was heading towards Accra New Town from Accra.

It is emerging that in an attempt to meet the Artiste, Limann parked left his car in the middle of the road and later directed his passengers to get down and ordered his conductor to return their fare to them.

Several obviously angry passengers insulted him but he turned a deaf ear to their harsh words.

Mr. Akwara who has tattooed the dancer singer on his back told that he has been waiting for “this moment all my life”.

After drawing the attention of members of Shatta Wale’s team, the starstruck driver was finally led to see the singer who was in the Hitz FM studio for an interview with Andy Dosty.

Overwhelmed with emotion, the driver broke into tears and prostrated before the musician who was happy to see him as well.

Mr. Limann Akwara revealed that he lost his mother this morning but seeing Shatta Wale in person has assuaged his grief.

Later in his interview with the host of Daybreak Hitz, Andy Dosty, Shatta expressed shock at the passion of his fan. “You know me when I cry my face is not nice. In life, this is why I want to show everybody love because it’s nice to love. When I see people like this doing this to me, sometimes I ask myself, who at all is Shatta Wale?”

“I keep asking myself questions. I just want to help you can imagine where people like from and see if he’s okay. See his tattoo on his back. That’s why I pray for God to bless us so we also bless some people. I don’t want to cry plenty, don’t clean my make-up,” he said with teary eyes.

Story by: News Desk Report



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