Samini and Shatta Wale
Samini and Shatta Wale

Ace Reggae/Dancehall musician, Emmanuel Andrew Sammini, well known as Samini seems to love everything about his brother, Shatta Wale despite his controversies as he mimics him in his latest interview.

Samini and Shatta Wale have once had their differences with regards to their crafts as two of the main frontrunners in Ghanaian dancehall. The two smoked the peace pipe and ever collaborated on one of the biggest jams in 2019 dubbed “Celebration”.

Although they keep through shades at each other on social media in present times, they seem to vibe very well when they meet each other in person.

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During an interview on Joy Entertainment, Samini was spotted mimicking Shatta Wale on how he addresses issues when he is furious especially when it comes to industry matters. Samini recounting Shatta’s beef with the CEO of 3Music Network, Sadiq Abu Abdulai stated that the aggressiveness behind Shatta Wale’s voice whenever he mentions the name “Sadiq” cracks his ribs all the time.

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In other news, the Deputy Minister for Tourism, Arts and Culture, Hon. Mark Okraku Mantey has revealed that People without the Covid -19 vaccination will not be allowed entry into events this December.

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The government, according to the Minister, has outlined requirements and guidelines to control and prevent the spread of COVID-19 during the December holidays.

People who have not been vaccinated but do not have vaccination cards would not be granted entry to social events, he declared on Hitz FM.

“Vaccination cards will be required for entry; you must show proof of vaccination to gain access.”

“Children from the age of five and above would require a mask,” he continued. For important occasions such as eating and drinking, masks will be removed.”

“We want to keep you, your siblings, and your family alive,” the Deputy Tourism Minister continued, “because if we get together at a certain area, especially indoor events, and we don’t have some checks and balances in place, we’re going to have issues beyond December.”

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Mark Okraku Mantey also said that the government will begin a “December in GH” campaign to promote tourism during the holiday season. According to him, around 150,000 people are..Continue Reading

Source: Dklassgh.com

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