According to him, since he lost the 2016 general elections in December, Mr. Mahama has all of cut him off his list of friends.
The NDC led then by incumbent John Mahama unexpectedly lost the presidential and parliamentary elections held on December 7, 2016 after polling just 44.40 per cent.
Then opposition leader of the New Patriotic Party (NPP), Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo recorded a stunning 53.85 per cent of the total valid votes cast to win the election.
However, the controversial musician whose music was even the campaign song for the then ruling National Democratic Congress (NDC) thought the cordial relationship he had with the former President still exists.
But according to Shatta Wale, he cannot fathom why several calls made to the Mr. Mahama have gone unanswered.
“I call Mahama so many times and he doesn’t pick up. It is not his personal number. I have been calling those lines. Maybe the phone is on charge” he bemoaned.
Shatta Wale said though he was unable to vote in last year’s elections, he believes Ghanaians decided for the future.
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