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‘If I am president, I will hire good heads to control the system’ – Shatta Wale


Dancehall musician Shatta Wale has announced his intentions to run for president, expressing that the time for his leadership is approaching.

In a viral interview, Shatta Wale emphasized the necessity of surrounding himself with knowledgeable individuals focused on development, asserting his confidence in navigating the country’s systems effectively.

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“We will win those old men in the system hands down, and I will find learned people around me with a developmental mindset. I will only be the president, and they will steer the affairs,” he declared.

Highlighting his vast fanbase across Africa as evidence of his influence, Shatta Wale insisted that Ghana needs a leader like him for positive change.

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“Ghana needs a president like me. I am very confident, and I know how to run a fan base. That is why my fanbase is the largest in Africa. Forget everything else anyone is saying; my dream is to change Ghana,” he stated.

Shatta Wale credited his father’s encouragement as a major motivation for his political aspirations, emphasizing the importance of nationwide support.

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“My dad has been telling me that I should venture into politics. He wants me to go into politics because he knows I could do it.

“If you guys can support me to start getting the music to go up the political ladder, I will stop the music and focus on studying. In the next four years, I will be able to contest and see if I won’t win hands down. In the next four years, I’ll be over 40 years old, so I’ll qualify,” he added.

Shatta Wale envisions himself as a proactive president, prioritizing action over rhetoric.

“Politics is not about coming to speak big grammar; Ghana is not a big grammar country. I just need good heads to control the system,” he retorted.

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