Multiple Award-Winning Raggae Dancehall artiste Livingston Satakle, popularly known as Stonebwoy commenced activities aimed at giving back to society to his fans by at Ashiaman where he was born.
Stonebwoy, during his guest appearance on UTV’s United Showbiz programme hosted by Nana Ama McBrown, revealed that he had plans to roll out free workshop for his fans which is aimed at supporting young men and women to develop a skill to help them survive during this treacherous Covid-19 era.
The workshop, which is taking place at the St. Augustine Catholic Church’s premises at Ashaiman Roman Down, has participants learning skills such as small scale farming activities, entrepreneurial development training, food and agro-food processing, fashion accessories production, production of household cleaning products, natural cosmetics production and fashion designing.
The workshop, dubbed BHIM SKILLS, was realised via his foundation, The Livingstone Foundation (TLF).
Meanwhile, Stonebwoy has achieved yet another milestone in his music career by becoming the first Ghanaian artiste to reach close to 20 million streams on Audiomack. His current album “Angloga Junction” is still gaining a lot of popularity across the globe.