Dancehall artiste Shatta Wale has paid a courtesy call on the new British High Commissioner to Ghana, Iain Walker, at his office in Accra.
Among other things, the meeting was an avenue for both parties to officially meet for the first time to discuss a myriad of issues.
The meeting which included members of his management team discussed areas of partnership for the development of the Creative Arts Industry.
The Freedom hitmaker had a very good relationship with the former Commissioner, Jon Benjamin who was an avid fan of the controversial musician.
Shatta Wale and Jon Benjamin
The diplomat who took over from Mr Benjamin openly declared his love and support for Shatta Wale.
It is safe to say the law graduate from the University of Dundee, who was also UK Ambassador to Togo, Benin and Burkina Faso, is the latest Shatta Movement recruit after his predecessor Mr Benjamin
During his visit to Commissioner Walker, Shatta Wale presented a branded Shatta Movement T-Shirt. He also had copies of a compilation of his songs on a CD to Iain Walker.
The New Ambassador tweeted after their meeting that he is considering a job switch:
Thinking about a job swap. @shattawalegh pic.twitter.com/I6Lz1RbDl4 — Iain Walker (@walkeriain) April 26, 2018