Artist Stonebwoy Burniton, born Livingstone Etse Satekla, has said that he will support, through his foundation called the Livingstone Foundation, the surgeries of people who have suffered disabilities due to vehicular accidents.
Celebrated dancehall artist, Stonebwoy Burniton, who recently underwent successful knee replacement surgery years after he was involved in a motor vehicle accident, said the initiative was part of his foundation's move to give back to society.
The internationally acclaimed artist made these comments after making financial donations to a patient at the St. Joseph's Hospital in Koforidua over the weekend.
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Stonewbwoy said that the Livingstone Foundation would support the hospital bills of the individuals that have been disabled by accidents, Orthopedic cases specifically.
“The Livingstone Foundation has been in existence since 2014, made its first move with Bless My Community Concert, then others followed.”
“Up until this point in life, I can never forget where I come from and although I don’t have it all to give, I always make an effort to hand in the little that I can give to ones who deserves it. In the long run, I pray to support those that have been disabled one way or the other by accidents,” he added.
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