Popular Nigerian music producer, Samuel Oguachuba, well known as Samklef recently escaped what could have been a fatal accident on the highway.
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According to reports, the vehicle which Samklef was seated in had the tire burst on the highway veering him off the road and nearly causing a ghastly accident on the highway.
In a video sighted on IG, Samklef was spotted giving thanks to God for saving his life and that of his friends as he eulogizes a Nigerian brother who came to his aid to change the burst tire.
Taking to his IG page, he wrote; Today God gave me and my blood @shank another chance. It couldn’t have been worse. But God liveth. Chukwujindu. That’s my name. None of my friends will die this year.
Watch the video below:
In other news, an insider within the SM camp has come out to reveal that the popular hailing business, “Shaxi” is believed to be owned by the dancehall musician, Charles Nii Armah Mensah Jnr., well known as Shatta Wale is not his but belongs to a Gameboy.
“Shaxi” happens to be the newest initiative launched by the self-acclaimed dancehall king as a way of also contributing to society. According to Shatta Wale, he created “Shaxi” not for profitable gains but to also contribute to the growth of the nation by providing jobs for the youth.
In a post, he made on his Instagram, Shatta Wale stated that he and his team only aim at creating a sustainable business with a focus on providing employment for the theming unemployed Ghanaians.
He recently launched the business which had a number of industry players and musicians throwing their weight behind him in kind and cash for him to begin his business.