Charles Nii Armah Mensah Jnr. known as Shatta Wale in showbiz circles on Wednesday paid a courtesy call on the British High Commissioner to Ghana Jon Benjamin.
Shatta Wale is the leader, chief executive officer (CEO) and founder of the Shatta Movement (SM) or (SM4LYF).
The visit was to create a conducive atmosphere and also explore areas of partnership and development as far as the creative industry is concerned.
The reggae-dancehall musician was accompanied by Charles Nii Armah Mensah Snr. (Shatta Wale’s father), Julio Cyriaano Olympio, Personal and Business Manager, Cecil Cofie, Personal Assistant and Adelaide Sarpong, Administrative Secretary of Shatta Movement and Chris Koney PRO of Shatta Wale .
Shatta Wale, presented a branded Shatta Movement T-Shirt, a customised Shatta JB shirt and copies of a compilation of his songs to the outspoken Diplomat.
Shatta attended Winneba Secondary School where he was popularly known as ‘DOGGY’ but changed his name to “Bandana” after Senior High School.
After the release of his first Album titled Bandana from Ghana, then Bandana went off the musical scene for sometime until he resurfaced as Shatta Wale and released his hit song Dancehall King in 2013.