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(Ghana) Stonebwoy sponsors 5 students, talks Livingstone foundation

Stonebwoy, living legend!

Stonebwoy paid a visit to his alma mater, Tema Methodist Day Senior High School as part of community outreach campaign. The kind gesture is in line with Stonebwoy’s upcoming initiatives, “The Livingstone Foundation”, soon to be launched, later this year.

“I’m grateful that I went through Tema Methodist Day Senior High School, passed my courses and moved on. Aside the academics, I nurtured my music talent. Not to say you should forget school, you need to take your studies seriously. Not everyone is privileged to have parents or guardians pay their schools fees, much less to pay on a regular”.

”Even myself at some point, I had to struggle to get my fees paid, so if you have people who support you with school fees, you should take that seriously. And these things I am saying is not new to some of you, but I am sharing my story with you to remind you that many people have gone through same situation as you, but it can only get better. The likes of me and Sarkodie were here. Every level of life is a struggle, but how you come out of the situation is what elevates you and makes you a winner.”

Stonebwoy said.

The Headmistress of the School, Mrs. Ellen Asare Pepra was highly elated about the international music superstar’s gesture. “Not very often do we see such happen to underprivileged students and for Stonebwoy to come to their aid is an act worthy of praise. We wish Stonebwoy all the best in all his endeavours. We know he will achieve more and rise above the skies.”

Stonebwoy also donated some hard copies of Elorm Beenie’s new novel “Love Myelitis” to the sponsored students. Elorm Beenie is Stonebwoy’s Official Publicist. Stonebwoy began 2017 with a new song and video “Enkulenu” released on January 3, tipped to be one of his major hits this year. The song is already having good rotation on various Radio, TV and internet stations.