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20-Feb-2019  
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Dancehall artiste Shatta Wale a former signee of Maddhaus Entertainment has jumped to the defence of Maddhaus Entertainment CEO Mr. Aik Livingstone Abani asking people to disregard the reports as he describes the claims as baseless.

 

According to Shatta the story is just an attempts by some people who have been paid to ranish Mr. Livingstone image. 

Read Shatta Wale’s post below:



“It’s only in Ghana that people will try tarnish the image of one man who is more successful than their entire generation .. Rumors around about my former Boss of Madhaus Mr AIK LIVINGSTONE ABANI ain’t thru cuz I kno for a fact and this is not the first time they are trying to jeopardize this man’s reputation.

 

I say again and again that bloggers must put a stop to this indisciplined act of just making news and hype on somebody’s life. Anybody that falls for this baseless story is just too myopic to understand that life itself moves in circles..it might be you one day .. Let’s say no to childish write ups ...The rest of Africa and the world will always laugh when they read stories like this popping up from Ghana ..You get paid to spoil somebody’s name ryt ..Pray same people won’t pay other people to do you same and even worse !! Sorry Daddy !!!! But that’s Ghana for you ..”


Mr. Aik Livingstone Abani is a Nigerian based in Ghana, who is alleged to be HIV positive and reportedly infecting innocent ladies including some Ghanaian female celebrities with the deadly virus.
 
 
Source: Eugene Osafo-Nkansah/Peacefmonline.com
 
 

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