Veteran Ghanaian Actor Kofi Adjorlolo Reportedly Set to Marry Shatta Wale's Mother

Veteran Ghanaian Actor Kofi Adjorlolo Reportedly Set to Marry Shatta Wale's Mother

  • Legendary actor Kofi Adjorlolo is reportedly set to marry the mother of dancehall artiste Shatta Wale, Madam Elsie Avemegah
  • The actor and his new-found sweetheart have both confirmed their relationship and plan to tie the knot
  • The two lovebirds were previously married and are parents to two and three children, respectively

Veteran Ghanaian actor Kofi Adjorlolo is reportedly set to tie the knot with the mother of dancehall musician Shatta Wale, Madam Elsie Avemegah aka Shatta Mama.

The legendary actor and his lover have confirmed their planned nuptials to seal their love and hopefully spend the rest of their lives together.

In an interview with, Kofi Adjorlolo and Shatta Mama said they will soon convey the date for the ceremony, Ghanaweb reported.

Kofi Adjorlolo and Madam Elsie Avemegah set to marry
Photos of Kofi Adjorlolo, Madam Elsie Avemegah, and Shatta Wale. Credit: shattawalenima/GH Gossip/
Source: UGC

Having featured in several local and international movies, the actor's marriage to Shatta Mama will garner attention as he is a known personality.

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Kofi Adjorlolo, 66, is the father of two children whose late wife died years ago, while Shatta Mama, in her 60s, was formerly married to Shatta Wale's father, Shatta Capo. She is the mother of three children, including the singer.

Per Adjorlolo, his children have already given him the blessing to marry another woman.

Shatta Wale makes U-turn, says Nigerians deserve respect

Few months after Ghanaian singer Shatta Wale took to social media to drag Nigerians and Nigerian music stars, he seems to have swallowed his words.

The singer made a U-turn about Nigerians as he applauded them for their hard work.

Shatta Wale also said it was wrong to compare Nigerians' lifestyle with Ghanians' lazy lifestyle. The singer revealed Nigerians are the ones streaming his songs the most.

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He wrote:

"Please can we just respect Nigerians for their hard work and stop comparing our lazy lifestyle to theirs .. It’s shame ppl think Nigerians will come hard at me but see they are the ones doing the streaming cuz they understand what Talent means .. Ghana music is a shame.''

After the Ghanaian star shared his post, Nigerians took to social media to drag him, as many described him as confused.


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