- A video of Stonebwoy bonding with his only son Janam Joachim Satekla has surfaced
- The clip captures the Ghanaian dancehall artiste being a doting parent to his son as usual
- The video, sighted on Janam's Instagram page, has the caption: ''Learning my numbers in Ewe with daddy''
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Stonebwoy, real name Livingstone Etse Satekla, has been a doting parent to his two children, Catherine Jidula Satekla and Janam Joachim Satekla.
The Ghanaian powerhouse dancehall artiste provides emotional, financial, and spiritual support to his children, and a recent video of him bonding with his son is one of the beautiful things on the internet.
Stonebwoy regularly finds time to create beautiful memories with his children, and opulent visuals of such moments have always been captured on camera.
On his son's Instagram page, where he has amassed over 45,000 followers, there're visuals of the Ghanaian musician having fun times with his son.
The recent video in which the dancehall star plays and teaches his son Ewe has racked in thousands of views.
The adorable clip is captioned:
''Learning my numbers in Ewe with daddy.''
Watch the video below:
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Earlier, YEN.com.gh reported Ghanaian musician, Wendy Shay, has disclosed that she has removed all her 15 body piercings to avoid being judged by people when preaching the gospel of the Kingdom of God.
According to the RuffTown Record artiste, people are judgemental, and to avoid being asked why she's living a different life while undertaking her Kingdom assignment as a representative in the earth realm, she decided to take off the piercings.
The Uber Driver hitmaker had revealed that she has piercings on her nose, chin, ears, and naval.
In a separate story, Derrick Yiiyi Annoh, Ghanaian entrepreneur and business owner, is the brain behind the popular snack brand, Sparkxx Foods & Beverages, a company that produces flavoured packaged chips.
Annoh's quest to leave a legacy and memorial in the sands of time stoked his passion to start his business from his mother's kitchen with a team of trusted friends.
Though he had mouthwatering offers after graduating with a degree in Psychology from the University of Ghana, he turned down the offers to start small in 2017, he said. And gradually made his way up to success.
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