Stonebwoy, wife Dr. Louisa and Livingstone Foundation Organize Free Training For Ashaiman Residents (Watch Videos)

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Ghanaian award-winning musician Stonebwoy, his wife, Dr. Louisa Satekla, in collaboration with the Livingstone Foundation are organizing their first training of skills for free in Ashaiman.

The meeting for skills training is currently ongoing today, July 10, 2020, in Ashaiman and participants are expected to benefit for free under the auspices of the foundation.

According to the BHIM Nation president, COVID-19 has disrupted many jobs including his music career, hence it was very necessary that in times like this, one will look at other options to earn a living.

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The Livingstone Foundation is a non-governmental, non-profitable and charitable organization founded by popular and award-winning dancehall artiste to assist all individuals who have been affected by the global pandemic.

It aims to help individuals acquire skills to become entrepreneurs and all costs for the training is being borne by the Sobolo singer and his foundation.


The seminar is made up of professionals and trained personnel in various skills ranging from soap making, sanitizer making, small-scale farming among others.

Anyone in the catchment area is entitled to learn a skill for free and use that as another stream of income.

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According to the dancehall artiste, his dream has always being to help people become achievers and the best place for him to start the campaign was nowhere than his homeland Ashaiman.

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