Nigerian actor William Uchemba says he likes dancehall artiste Shatta Wale because he does good music.
William Uchemba, who started his acting career about two decades ago, says the controversial artiste is one of many he admires in Ghana.
The ‘Lost Hope’ actor made this known while sharing his knowledge of Ghana in an interview with JoyNews’ MzGee at the 2018 edition of Africa Magic Viewer’s Choice Awards (AMVCA) in Lagos, Nigeria.
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“I have been in Ghana a couple of times and I will like to come back again. I like your Banku. I know Shatta Wale, I watch his videos, I watch TV and you know, he does good music,” the actor said.
Though Williams Uchemba does not vividly remember the name of the President of the Republic of Ghana, he had some great description for him.
“I am not going to stand here and pretend like I know him. I know he is a guy that wears glasses and has a bald head and he is very intelligent but I can’t put the name together,” he said.
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William has been inactive on the screens, but he has become a social media comic actor and recently he released a song produced by Don Jazzy titled ‘I don’t like what I hate’.
He won Best Kid Actor for his role in the movie ‘Oh My Son’ in 2002.
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