Kofi Adjorlolo Wife Shatta Wale Mother Age Bio Wiki Height And Details Explained! After his failed marriage attempts, Kofi Adjorlolo from Ghana is trying again to get married. Hotfmghana.com, a platform that promotes Ghanaian actors, has announced that Kofi Adjorlolo has found the love of her life and is now ready to marry again. Fans have expressed their happiness that he married the woman he was meant to be with, and are now ready to begin their new married life. Legendary actor Shatta Mama is said to have fallen in love with Madam Elsie Avemegah. She is the mother of Shatta Wale, a well-known dancehall artist.
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Hotfmghana also got an exclusive interview with them. The couple confirmed their love and will soon announce the date for their marriage. The legendary actor’s fans were overwhelmed by the joy this brought. Both are now in their 60s, and they have been happy to finally be together. After looking at their relationship, it is clear that age is just a number. Kofi has been in over 100 movies from Nigeria and Ghana. His first wife died a few years back. He now has two children.
Shatta Mama, the ex-wife and mother of Shatta Wale’s three children, is Shatta Mama. He said that his children allowed him to marry another woman, and that it was a blessing to have such understanding children. Kofi Adjorlolo, was born in Keta on March 23, 1956. He is an actor from Ghana and has produced many movies. Kofi was nominated once for Best Actor in a Leading Role at the Ghana Movie Awards and four times for his supporting role. He was awarded the International Golden Image Award and the best actor in a role at the 2011 Ghana movie awards.
After attending the AME Zion School in Keta, he was then admitted to Keta Senior High Technical School. He received his sixth certificate from Ebenezer Secondary School. He started his career as a musician playing instruments such as trumpet and organ. He also performed with Victor Uwaifo, a Nigerian musician. He founded the Dasebre Band when he returned from Ghana. He was also a Ghana Broadcasting Corporation radio presenter and civil servant.