Dancehall act, Shatta Wale’s reference to Ghana as a village during his recent visit to the UK has popped up at the end of trimester examination for students of the University for Development Studies (UDS).
The question, which 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 read:
“Charles Nii Armah Mensah 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 recalled that Shatta Wale described Ghana as a village during a live performance – a comment which saw some persons fuming with rage.
But in justification of the denigrating comments, he stated that he called Ghana a village because people in Ghana tag him as a “local Champion”
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See the exam paper below: