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Shatta Bandle Net Worth 2022, Age And Biography

Shatta Bandle Net Worth 2022, Age And Biography

Have you heard of Shatta Bandle who claims to be richer than dangote? Well in today’s post I will be sharing with you each and every information you would love to know about Shatta Bandle Net Worth 2022, Age And Biography.

Shatta Bandle Net Worth 2021, Age And Biography

Shatta Bandle Biography

Idris Firdaus popularly known as Shatta Bandle is a young Ghanaian socialite famous for his flamboyant and luxurious lifestyle on social media.

He was born and brought up in Karage area of northern Ghana where he stayed with his lovely parents.

The Ghanaian socialite was not opportune to graduate from high school because he struggled while growing up which made him drop out from school.

He rose to public notice after a movie he made insisting to be the richest in Ghana and the same time richer than the wealthiest man in Africa (Dangote) went viral online. This movie gained a lot of mixed reactions on all the some Media platforms which made people question his source of income.

Shatta Bandle is already famous in Africa. He is always seen living a luxurious lifestyle with hot and beautiful girls all over him.

Shatta Bandle Age

No much info was gather about the specific age of Shatta Bandle, but the instagram celebrity said he is currently in his 20’s which a lot of people are doubt his age.

Shatta Bandle Net Worth

The net worth of Shatta Bandle is estimated to be around $70 million as of 2022.

Short Summary On Shatta Bandle Biography

Name: Idris Firdaus

Date of birth: Unknown

Occupation: Socialite/ instagram celebrity.

State of Origin: Karage in Ghana.

Relationship Status: Single.

Net worth: $70 million.

What do you have to say about this young socialite from Ghana? Drop your comments below.

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Source: Naijadailys

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