President of the BHIM natives, Livingstone Etse Satekla, better known as Stonebwoy, has taken his turn to register for his voter ID card at the Ashaiman Registration Center.
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The prominent Ghanaian dancehall artiste was filmed sitting for the registeration process amid cheers from his fans while observing the coronavirus safety protocols.
Stonebwoy is seen wearing a nose mask as he registers for his voter ID card.
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The nationwide Voters Registration exercise officially ended on Thursday, 6 August. However, a mop-up exercise is being undertaken by the Electoral Commission (EC) today, [Saturday] 8 August.
Stonebwoy arrived at the Ashaiman Registration Center to register for his card and has been filmed amid excitement from his fans.
Fans of the BHIM natives president can be heard in the video cheering him. Some indicate they want to take snaps with him after he is done registering for his voter ID card.
Watch video below.
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Meanwhile, the exercise, which began on 30 June was conducted in six phases in about 33 000 registration centers.
YEN.com.gh gathers the Commission had a target of registering 15 million applicants but provisional figures indicate the target has been exceeded and the figures are likely to reach 16.5 million.
YEN.com.gh recently reported Stonebwoy, and his wife, Dr. Louisa Satekla, have filmed their romantic bonding moment while sharing lovey-dovey warm hugs.
The loved-up pair undoubtedly has a thriving relationship and their marriage has been growing stronger amid untold challenges since they coupled-up in 2017.
The prominent entertainer and his high-achieving wife have not been private with their love as they continue to display romantic scenes on social media.
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