Popular Ghanaian dance hall artiste Shatta Wale recently felt the brunt of some royal fathers after he came late to a meeting.
The Nananom of Oguaa Traditional Council in the Central Region of Ghana asked him to pay GHC10,000 (N 788,125), 6 bottles of schnapps and two sheep in fines for his late appearance.
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Shatta was supposed have appeared at what was a vital meeting ahead of a scheduled musical concert in the Cape Coast. But after waiting for almost three hours, the Nananom of Oguaa Traditional Council decided to fine him to serve as a deterrent to others Cape 360gh reported.
Reacting to the issue, Shatta’s management said his late appearance was not his fault as an official named Josiah did not communicate properly with the organizers about when Shatta would be arriving Cape Coast.
However, it is yet unknown if Shatta Wale or his team paid up the fines but it was confirmed that the earlier aggrieved traditional leaders poured libation and blessed the artiste ahead of the concert.