Stonebwoy’s Livingstone Foundation Commissions Four Boreholes For Communities In Shama

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Stonebwoy‘s foundation which is specifically set up to take care of the social responsibility activities of the award-winning musician is ready to embark on another worthy cause.

The foundation is ready to commission four boreholes they constructed for the various communities located in Borkor Awuku Kope, in the Shama District of the Western Region of Ghana.

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The commissioning is set to take place today, Wednesday, June 14, 2023.

From videos available to, the award-winning musician and all the top executives of the foundation, including his wife, Dr. Louisa were on the grounds to join the chiefs and people of the communities to commission the boreholes.

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The boreholes are being commissioned today because the community’s only reliable source of drinking water is the River Pra, but human actions, especially illegal mining (galamsey), operated by Chinese and other foreign nationals in Ghana, have hampered access to water, causing more severe health complications.

This comes to add to the series of things the foundation has done since its establishment.

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Somewhere in September 2022, the Livingstone Foundation, which is managed by Stonebwoy’s adorable wife, Dr. Louisa in partnership with the Duffuor Foundation, renovated the Trekume Basic School which is located at Trekume, a town near  Stonebwoy’s hometown in Anloga.

The foundation has also paid for the bills of many mothers and children who were stranded at various hospitals because they had no money to settle the bills after their treatment.

Watch a short video of why the Livingstone Foundation is undertaking this course below…

Watch other videos from the commission below…

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