Shatta Wale’s Generosity Knows No Bounds: Sponsors Dr. Likee to Support Ghetto Youths!
In a recent interview on Kins1gh TV, Ghanaian actor and comedian, Dr. Likee, praised dancehall musician Shatta Wale for his commitment to improving the lives of young people in ghettos and on the streets.
According to Dr. Likee, Shatta Wale has been one of the key financiers of his non-profit organization, which provides training facilities for young people in need.
Dr. Likee, who was formerly homeless, is on a mission to help others by sharing his success story and providing opportunities for others looking to leave the ghettos. He explained that many young people in the ghettos look up to successful people like him and Shatta Wale, and that it is important to give them options for work and development.
During the interview, Dr. Likee revealed that Shatta Wale has been a great blessing to some young people in Ghana, providing funding for the majority of the men he enrolled in vocational training. He said that Shatta Wale has been one of his greatest sponsors and that he wished to make public information that is often hidden.
The actor also revealed that he promotes Shatta Wale’s Shaxi firm in return for the musician’s financial support. He stated that he believes in the firm and its mission and is happy to promote it to others.
Shatta Wale has received praise from many quarters for his philanthropic efforts, particularly his focus on improving the lives of young people in Ghana.
The musician has previously spoken about his commitment to using his platform to help others, and it is clear that his efforts have not gone unnoticed.
Overall, Shatta Wale’s dedication to supporting young people in need is a shining example of the positive impact that can be made through philanthropy and community involvement.
His support of Dr. Likee’s non-profit organization is just one example of how he is using his resources to make a difference in the lives of others, and it is likely that he will continue to be a positive force for change in Ghana and beyond.