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Osei Nuamah

2 months ago

GHANAIAN DANCEHALL ARTIST SHATTA WALE OPENS AN ONLINE RADIO STATION.

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2 months ago

Soon after starting his SHAXI company, the musician who became famous for his single “On God” announced that he was opening an internet radio station that would provide Ghanaians with quality music.


According to him, the name of the internet radio platform is SM radio, and the slogan of the station is “Music For Life.”



Shatta Wale never stops trying to steal the show and draw attention to himself. You may just despise him. He is the kind of person that exudes an air of mystery and never fails to amaze him.


Through his official accounts on several social media platforms, he made this information public.



Also read on my previous article;


A Fleet Manager at Huawei Technologies Ghana, Frank Asirifi Junior, was granted GH¢2 million bail with four sureties to be justified, for stealing 44 cars, by the circuit court in Accra.


He allegedly stole the vehicles valued at GH¢5.8m, belonging to LeasafricGhana PLC, a car rental company.


The accused, who has been charged with 44 counts of stealing, pleaded not guilty to all the charges when he was arraigned on Monday.


The court presided over by Ms. Patricia Amponsah, ordered that two of the sureties must be justified with land title deeds, and adjourned the case to October 17.


Chief Inspector Isaac Babayi said the complainant, McDennis Ackon, who is the Audit, Risk, and Compliance Manager for Leasafric Ghana PLC, reported to the police that the accused sold 44 vehicles, which the company rented to Huawei Technologies Ghana S.A. Limited.

He said investigations indicated that Leasafric Ghana PLC rented about 44 vehicles, to Huawei Technologies Ghana S.A. Limited.


Chief InspBabayi said the vehicle, consisted of 21 Nissan Hardbody Pickups, four Toyota Landcruiser Prado, five Toyota Hilux Pickups, two Mitsubishi Pajero, two Mitsubishi L200 Pick-ups, three Hyundai Creta, one Hyundai Elantra, one Toyota Hiace, one Nissan Almera, and one Nissan Patrol.



The court heard that accused was instructed by his employers to return and replace the vehicles at Leasafric, and records or movements of the vehicles indicated by the accused showed that he had returned 37 vehicles to Leasafric.

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