Shatta Wale has been bragging about what he has, and the boss moves he makes for several years but with the latest release of the top young CEOs in Ghana, it confirms his status as a mover and shaker in Ghana.
Since 2018, YCEO and Avance Media has been publishing annually a list of the Top 50 outstanding young business leaders and entrepreneurs in Ghana. The list is made up of people who are influencing the business landscape and creating job opportunities in the country, something Shatta insists he is the pioneer of when it comes to the music industry.
The list according to the founder of The YCEO Mr Martin Dogbey represents the cream of the crop who are creating extraordinary businesses and should be an inspiration to young people in Ghana and Africa as a whole. Prince Akpah of Avance Media added that young entrepreneurs whose busineses are suffering as a result of the current COVID-19 pandemic should take inspirations from prominent people on the list.
Shatta Wale has always insisted he is the richest musician in Ghana and constantly mock Sarkodie for being broke. Even though Shatta’s antics leaves a lot to be desired on most occasions, one cannot deny his efforts and contributions to the society especially during this pandemic. He recently donated several food stuff and other essential items to James Camp Prisons. He also donated to locals and staged a concert to entertain people during the lockdown.