- Stonebwoy's wife, Dr Louisa Satekla, has made a rare public appearance at the BHIM Fridays concert
- Dr Louisa Satekla graced her hubby’s event with her presence and flawless beauty
- The maiden edition of Stonebwoy's BHIM Fridays concert was held on Friday, November 27, 2020
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Dr Louisa Satekla, the high-achieving wife of Ghanaian dancehall musician, Stonebwoy, has made a rare public appearance at her hubby’s BHIM Fridays concert.
The maiden edition of the BHIM Fridays event came off on Friday, November 27, 2020, at the Enclave Garden at East Legon in Accra.
While Stonebwoy is hugely known because of the genres of music he produces, Dr Louisa Satekla is more private and hardly makes headlines.
The proud mother of two, including a boy and girl, has successfully managed to combine her work as a dentist, and quite privately, raising her children.
In the latest video on social media, Dr Louisa Satekla made a rare appearance at her husband, Stonebwoy’s maiden Bhim Fridays event.
She was captured in the company of ace Ghanaian broadcast journalist and Okay FM presenter, Abeku Santa. The pair seemed quite in a great mood.
Dr Louisa Satekla was her usual fashionable self in an eye-catching colourful top and trousers that fitted her curves. She accessorised her looks with long curly black hair extensions, triangle earrings, and a simple gold necklace.
Watch the video below.
In other news, the Ghanaian entrepreneur and social media influencer, Hajia4Real, known in real life as Mona Montrage, has hosted a party to celebrate after successfully releasing her first single titled Badder Than.
At a time when the world is dealing with a raging pandemic, music has become a powerful means of coping with anxiety; Hajia4Real's latest single and video are definitely what many need now.
The hugely successful socialite, who has added to her portfolio as an actress and now a singer, released her first song along with a video on Friday, November 27, 2020.
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