VIDEO: Dr. Lawrence Tetteh Shares Details Of How Shatta Wale Wept And Apologized To Former President Mahama For Disrespecting Him

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The esteemed founder and leader of World Miracle Outreach, Reverend Dr. Lawrence Tetteh, has shared some details about how popular Ghanaian dancehall sensation Shatta Wale and former President John Dramani Mahama recently reconciled.

The revered preacher disclosed that the incident happened on a flight bound for London on Saturday, April 27, 2024.

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Speaking as a guest on the GTV’s Breakfast Show, Reverend Lawrence Tetteh mentioned that the “Ayoo” hitmaker approached him and ask that he initiate the move to get Shatta Wale to apologize for his transgressions and extend an apology to the former head of state.

“Something happened on Saturday; I was travelling to London. President John Mahama and Shatta Wale were also on the flight, and we were seated as if it had been planned. Shatta Wale then said, “Numo, I want you to do me a favour. I’ve said some things about former President John Mahama, and I feel very guilty. I need to go to him,” Dr. Lawrence Tetteh recounted Shatta Wale saying.

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He emphasized that Shatta Wale went on his knees and wept bitterly to apologize to the 2024 Presidential candidate of the National Democratic Congress.

He added that former President Mahama instantly received the Shatta Movement boss warmly and forgave him.

“I’ve forgiven you,’ and then joked, ‘Shatta, you are a bad boy. You brought a man of God to do this; what do you expect me to say?” he mentioned as former President Mahama’s response.

Watch the video of the said moment below:

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