I'll beat you oh - Stonebwoy's wife Dr Louisa shies away from camera but glows in flawless makeup video

I'll beat you oh - Stonebwoy's wife Dr Louisa shies away from camera but glows in flawless makeup video

  • Dr Louisa Satekla made an appearance at the grand launch of the Tecno Mobile Ghana Phantom X
  • She accompanied her husband, Stonebwoy, to the event, held on Friday, July 2, 2021
  • Dr Satekla glowed in a bare neck dress, flawless makeup, and long braids

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In a video sighted by YEN.com.gh, Dr Louisa Satekla, the wife of the dancehall artiste, Stonebwoy, glows with beauty at the launch of the Tecno Mobile Ghana Phantom X.

Dr Satekla appeared at the event in a bare neck outfit, long earrings, and long braids.

The mother of two got all the attention while sitting at a table with other event attendees as she dazzled in her simple but classy dress.

There's no doubt that her beauty regimen works as she effortlessly stood out and lit up her space with her glow due to her flawless makeup.

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I'll beat you oh - Stonebwoy's wife Dr Louisa shies away from camera but glows in flawless makeup video
I'll beat you oh - Stonebwoy's wife Dr Louisa shies away from camera but glows in flawless makeup video. Image: crabbimedia
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Although she wanted to shy away from the camera and enjoy the night without attracting the lens of the media, Dr Satekla's charming looks gave her away.

''I'll beat you, oh,'' she said quietly as the camera person approached her.

Elsewhere in another clip shows the colour of her decent outfit matches Stonebwoy's attire for the night.

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Counsellor's advice to victims' families in Ejura

In a separate story, a senior consultant at the PAKS-Relationship and Counselling Clinic, Counsellor Paa Kwesi Ortsin, has advised the immediate family of Ibrahim 'Kaaka' Mohammed to seek therapy over their loss.

His comments follow the recent murder of the social media activist and the subsequent shooting of protesting youth demanding justice for him in Ejura Sekyedumase District, leading to the death of two young men and injuring at least four others.

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Counsellor Ortsin, who is also a Psycho and Relationship expert, indicated that families that experience such terrifying loss go through post-traumatic stress and get emotional scars as a result.

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