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‘Shatta Wale Apologised to John Mahama on a Flight to London’ – Lawrence Tetteh Discloses

Lawrence Tetteh disclosed that Shatta Wale approached him and requested assistance in apologising to the former president for a remark he had made about him.

Rev. Dr. Lawrence Tetteh, President of Worldwide Miracle Outreach, has revealed that dancehall artist Shatta Wale has apologised to former President John Mahama for making disparaging remarks about him.

Speaking on GTV’s Breakfast Show on May 2, Dr Lawrence Tetteh disclosed that Shatta Wale approached him and requested assistance in apologising to the former president for a remark he had made about him.

“I was going to London on Saturday, coincidentally Prez. John Mahama was on the flight and Shatta Wale was also on the flight, the way we were sitting as if it was planned. Then Shatta Wale walks to me and said Nuumo I want you to do me a favour. I threw certain words at former President John Mahama and I feel very guilty to go to him,” he said.

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According to the reverend minister, when he held Wale’s hand and took him closer to the Ex-President, he knelt before him and begged for forgiveness for remarks he made about him years ago.

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“So I held his hands and I went to President John Mahama with him, it was on the plane publicly then Shatta Wale went on his knees and John Mahama said I have forgiven you, then Wale started crying,” Dr Tetteh said.

 

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