Stonebwoy names his son in beautiful ceremony; Sammy Awuku, others attend (videos)

Stonebwoy names his son in beautiful ceremony; Sammy Awuku, others attend (videos)

- Stonebwoy has performed naming rites for his newborn son

- The ceremony happened on Saturday with many family members and friends attending

Bhim Nation President Stonebwoy is naming his son in a beautiful ceremony in Accra on Saturday, April 13, 2019.

Stonebwoy had announced on Saturday morning on his Instagram page that he was going to perform the naming ceremony of his little.

From videos from the naming ceremony sighted by, one could clearly see that it was such joyous moment with both families Stonebwoy and his wife, Louisa, well represented.

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In one of the videos, the excited Stonebwoy was seen teaching his father some modern dance moves.

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Spotted at the naming ceremony were the New Patriotic Party's national organiser, Sammy Awuku, as well as, Stonebwoy's manager, Blakk Cedi and other friends of the musician.

It is not known exactly when Stonebwoy's son was born but the Kpo Keke hitmaker announced the birth of the boy during his independence day concert on March 5, 2019, where he received a brand new Kantanka car as a gift.

Later, the name of the little boy was revealed as Janam Joachim Satekla after an Instagram account was opened for him.

Janam happens to be the second child of Stonebwoy and his wife, Louisa Ansong, whom he married in June 2017.

Their first child is a girl, Catherine Jidula, who was born in December 2018, just six months after the couple got married.

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