- Stonebwoy and his wife have given a helping hand to a young man in need of a surgery
- The couple, through their Livingstone Foundation, gave cash to the accident victim to undergo a procedure
- Ayisha Modi made the presentation on behalf of the dancehall star and his wife
Multiple award-winning dancehall star, Livingstone Etse Satekla together with his wife, Dr Louisa Satekla, through their Livingstone Foundation have made a cash donation to a young man.
Information reaching YEN.com.gh indicates that the donation which was to be given to one Ebenezer Kanu, was to support his surgery.
According to information, Ebenezer was involved in a ghastly accident and was required to undergo surgery to help him get back onto his feet.
The thoughtful cash donation was made on behalf of the BHIM president and his wife by his number one fan, Ayisha Modi.
Some photos from the short donation ceremony saw Ayisha popularly known as She_Loves_Stonebwoy presenting the token to the family of Emmanuel Kanu.
She was accompanied by some members of the Livingstone Foundation as they made the trip to Emmanuel’s residence.
Following the donation, they posed for photos with the family of Emmanuel so as to crystalize the moment forever in time.
Emmanuel Kanu was seen beaming with smiles following the donation probably excited with the fact that he had been provided with a beam of hope.
Not long ago, the Livingstone Foundation organized a skills training for the people of Ashaiman to help them learn other means of getting money to survive these COVID-19 times.
In news about another musician, YEN.com.gh earlier reported that Ghanaian hip-hop artiste Edward Kofi Agyemang Amoah, popularly known as Kofi Mole, has stunned the whole of Ghana with a first time outing of his young son.
On Day 2 of the ongoing Vodafone Ghana Music Awards, the Don’t Be Late singer appeared on the Red Carpet with the young man who was dressed in the same outfit as his dad.
The cute young man was seen following in his dad’s footsteps and did not want to be left behind.
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