Shatta Wale is following SAMINI’S footsteps in the agricultural sector.
The dancehall artiste requested for a land from the traditional Leaders in the northern regional capital “Tamale”, for farming.
He also promised the people of Tamale a fully equipped music studio in which he will teach the youth how to make good music and gain revenue.
In an interview on Joy FM with George Quaye, Shatta said he will go on with his plans and fulfil his promise to the people of the north by setting up a music studio to help and encourage the youths in the city.
He said:“Yes, I promised the big Chiefs and Elders over there that I will soon set up a huge studio in Tamale and teach the youths how to make music. Teach them how to make good songs, get hit songs and make some money out of music.”
The Dancehall artist further said he’s looking into invest large scale farming, to serve as a source of employment for the youths in and around Tamale.
Samini had invested in livestock and vegetables farming in three northern region of the country called “High Grade Farms”.
If Shatta Wale set up his farming business as promised, he will be joining Samini Dagaati in the business.
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He said:“I have this farming thing I do on the low with Macassio and so this time around, I told the Elders over there that I would love to go into more large scale farming, so as to bring more employment to the youths of Tamale, and so I asked them to give me a big land.”