- Stonebwoy and his wife have organised a skills training workshop for their fans
- The workshop happened at Ashaiman on Friday, 10 July
- Here are some videos from the workshop
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Dancehall music star, 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.
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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.
Videos from the training workshop have popped up showing Stonebwoy, his wife, Dr Louisa Satekla (nee Ansong), and their team participating in the events.
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Addressing the participants, Stonebwoy proclaimed that in these times, when people are losing their jobs because of COVID-19, it has become important to learn other skills to be able to make ends meet.
It is because of this that his foundation partnered Unity Link and others to bring experts to train them so they could become self-employed.
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Stonebwoy thus urged participants to take full advantage of the training in order to better their lives.
He went around to check some of the products the participants had produced after their training.
Meanwhile, the iconic Dancehall musician has recently released an old photo on social media giving fans a glimpse into his beginnings.
The throwback photo sighted by YEN.com.gh had Stonebwoy looking young, lean, and somewhat unrecognisable without his dreadlocks.
Many of Stonebwoy's fans, however, appreciated the transformation of the Dancehall superstar and even compared him to Shatta Wale, the self-proclaimed King of African Dancehall.
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