- Loyal Stonebwoy fan, Ayisha Modi, has just turned a year older
- The birthday girl donated to an orphanage at Nsawam in celebration of her birthday
- The exercise saw Kwaku Manu, Afia Schwar, Yaw Sarpong, and other stars coming through to support Modi
- YEN.com.gh brings you some videos from the donation exercise
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Ayisha Modi, a staunch fan of Stonebwoy who is popularly known as the singer's sister, turned a year older on Friday, July 17, 2020.
To celebrate, Modi, a one-time manager for Ofor Amponsah, decided to present a kind donation to the Eye Of The Lord Day Care Centre, a children's home at Nsawam.
The donation which was done in conjunction with Stonebwoy's Livingstone Foundation saw items including bags bf bice, bags of sachet water, other consumables, toiletries and detergents, study desks, an undisclosed amount of money, among others.
Modi did not go to Nsawam alone as she had a lot of celebrities and other prominent people accompanying her.
Among those who joined Modi at the donation exercise was Stonebwoy's wife, Dr Louisa, comedienne Afia Schwarzenegger, and actor Kwaku Manu.
Others included comedian-turned-musician Funny Face, veteran gospel singer Yaw Sarpong, rapper Kontihene, Diamond Appiah, and bab Spirit.
YEN.com.gh brings you some videos from the celebration and donation.
1. Ayisha with Kwaku Manu:
2. Yaw Sarpong giving a performance:
3. Baba Spirit:
4. Konithene and Afia Schwar:
5. Stonebwoy's wife, Dr Louisa Satekla:
6. Video of some of the items presented:
Meanwhile, Stonebwoy, born Livingstone Etse Satekla, has held a free skills training workshop for the people of Ashaiman in the Greater Accra region.
The skills training workshop, organised through Stonebwoy's Livingstone Foundation, took place on Friday, 10 July.
Dubbed 'BHIM SKILLS', the workshop saw participants being trained in various areas of self-employment.
Some of the areas included in the training were small scale farming, agro and food processing, fashion design, accessories production, and cosmetic and detergents production, among others.
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