Controversial dancehall artiste, Shatta Wale’s ‘rag’ comment he made during his recent visit to the UK tagging Ghana as a village has appeared at the end of trimester examination for students of the University for Development Studies (UDS).
The question was among a list of questions under the Fundamentals of Human Geography in the Department of Integrated Development Studies – Department of Environment and Resource Studies.
The question reads: “Charles Nii ArmahMensah Jnr, a Ghanaian producer and reggae-dancehall musician popularly known as Shatta Wale recently described Ghana as a village during a performance in London. With reference to your knowledge about the development of villages, state five relevant reasons why Shatta Wale described the whole of Ghana as a village.”
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It would be remembered that Shatta Wale described Ghana as a village during a live performance in London.
His comment generated an argument which saw some people fuming with rage.
But in defense of the denigrating comments, he stated that he called Ghana a village because people in Ghana tag him as a “Local Champion”.
“Call me a local champion… And I will call your city a village (showbiz agenda)”