Shatta Wale has expressed disappointment in the Ghanaian music industry after he had read of Uhuru Kenyata making provisions for Kenyan local musicians to be paid in order to keep citizens entertain in the wake of COVID-19 outbreak.
According to Shatta Wale, the Ghana music industry is a big disgrace to the world with the fact that most musicians don’t know the relevances of their profession and that is the reason government ain’t taking them seriously.
He stressed that, until if they (his colleague artistes) are to realise their contribution to the nation-building, the government will support them just like the Kenyans.
He inked: Our industry is a big disgrace to the world .. Many musicians in Ghana don’t know the job they pursuing so how can our government take us serious..Until they see a change no government will support us like this ..If am a fool in this,Then you are more foolish. Gracias!!
Shatta Wale on the 4th April 2020 had mounted a world-class platform to stage a virtual musical concert to entertain Ghanaians amidst the outbreak of the novel pandemic coronavirus disease.
The concert dubbed “FaithConcert” was held in his ship house inside Trassaco Accra.