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COVID-19/ Stonebwoy, and Business Mogul, Kojo Jones, donate to Ashaiman Police Department

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ASHAIMAN, GHANA, April 3, 2020/BMG/ – Black Entertainment Tv (BET) award-winning Reggae/Ragga & Dance-hall artiste, Stonebwoy and Kojo Jones Mensah of (Burniton Music Group + The Livingstone Foundation) and (Empire Concrete & KJM Foundation) respectively, have made donations to Ashaiman Police Station earlier,‬ as a way to support the security personnel who are also frontline workers helping to curtail the spread of the pandemic.

The two Chief Executive Officers (CEOs) of the non-governmental and charity organization also embarked on this social intervention program aimed at supporting the Ashaiman security department who, for the last five days, has been at the forefront controlling the movement of commuters during this period of partial Lockdown announced by the president to prevent the further spread of Coronavirus (COVID-19) in Ghana.

This timely intervention by the organizations is also poised at augmenting the Government’s efforts towards controlling and managing the spread of the virus in the country which Ghana has recorded 205 cases and 5 deaths. The items, which include packs of water, packs of Big Boss energy drink, among others, were presented by Stonebwoy and Kojo Jones Mensah. The items were received by Regional and District commander during a brief ceremony in Ashaiman.

According to Stonebwoy, both organizations have recognized the invaluable contributions of the security service working hard in accordance with the state’s institutions, including the health sector to ensure that the Coronavirus does not spread hence the decision to provide them with such relief items to motivate them to continue to work for the nation. He added, both charity foundation have been noticed the challenges confronting the nation in the wake of the Corona virus pandemic

The Regional and District commander, expressed pleasure in the humanitarian step taken by Stonebwoy and Kojo Jones Mensah, urging them to educate and task Ghanaians and all and sundry to adhere to the recommended safety measures put in place by the Ghana Health Service and other health experts.

As at 31 st March 2020, 15:00 hrs, nine (9) new cases of COVID-19 have been reported from NMIMR since the last update at 08:30hrs on 30th March 2020. All nine (9) were reported from Accra, three (3) of them travelled to Ghana within the past 14 days from Germany, France and Hungary respectively but for six (6) of them there is no history of travel outside.

The Kumasi Centre for Collaborative Research (KCCR) also reported on tests from 77 samples including samples from 41 asymptomatic contacts of a case from Tamale Teaching Hospital and all are NEGATIVE for COVID-19. This brings up to a total of 161 confirmed COVID-19 cases in Ghana, including five (5) deaths as of 31 st March 2020 at 15:00Hr.

Three (3) of the confirmed cases have fully recovered and reverted to negative status for COVID-19 after repeat test following recovery from symptoms. As at 31st March 2020, additional thirty-one (31) confirmed cases have significantly improved with no symptoms and have been discharged from admission for home care pending repetition of laboratory tests. This adds to the 18 that were earlier being managed from home and bring the number of cases on home care to forty-nine (49).

Processes for enhanced contact tracing and laboratory testing have been initiated. A total of 1,185 contacts have been identified and are being followed up. It is prudent to note that, all five (5) deaths had underlying chronic medical conditions prior to COVID-19 infection

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The Livingstone Foundation “give life” to Kanu Ebenezer

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Few weeks ago, The Livinstone Foundation, established by Africa’s most revered reggae & dancehall artiste with international presence and reputation, Stonebwoy, represented by Ayisha Modi (@she_loves_stonebwoyb) and Gerrard-Israel paid a visit to Kanu Ebenezer; a young guy who was finding it difficult to cope with life after involving in a fatal motor-vehicle accident.

As part of the non-profit and charity organization missions prior to the existence of the foundation, the reggae musician born Livingstone Kwame Etse Satekla and wife, Dr Louisa Ansong Satekla made payments for him to undergo a surgery. The Livingstone Foundation can confirm that, a successful surgery was carried out. The young guy is in good condition, but according to the Surgeon, he needs days to fully recover.

The Livingstone Foundation express massive appreciation to all who are taking time out of their busy schedule to checkup.

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The Livingstone Foundation support Kanu Ebenezer to undergo surgery [SEE PHOTOS]

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African Dancehall star, Stonebwoy, and Dr. Louisa Satekla, through The Livingstone Foundation, made a cash donation to Kanu Ebenezer, a young Ghanaian who was involved in a fatal motor-vehicle accident, to undergo series of surgeries that will make life return to normalcy for him. The presentation was done by Entrepreneur and Social Media Commentator, Ayisha Modi (@she_loves_stonebwoyb) on behalf of the charity organization.

Receiving this kind gesture, Father of the victim expressed his profound gratitude to the family of the musician and The Livingstone Foundation for giving them high hope and chance to enjoy life again.

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The Livingstone Foundation partner Ayisha Modi to provide for The Eye Of The Lord Orphanage Home

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Giving isn’t a business transaction, but rather, it’s a human connection that has the objective of making the world a better place for the vulnerables in the society, thus far, the Livingstone Foundation, in collaboration with The BHIM SHOP and Ayisha Modi – a Social Media commentator and advocate, gave a humanitarian aid to The Eye of the Lord Orphanage Home, Eastern Region on the 17th July, 2020

In this unusual and hard-times of the global pandemic, Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19) the charity organization, established by multiple-award winning Reggae/ragga & dance-hall star, Stonebwoy, presented some assorted and variegated items to the residential institution, or the group home, devoted to the care of orphans and other children who are separated from their biological families to help ease their “literally’ financial burden.

The items donated include, bags of rice, bottles of water, toiletries (articles used in washing and taking care of one’s body), energy drinks (specifically for the matrons, houseparents or teaching parents who are not lactating mothers and are above 18years), boxes of Indomie noodles, non-alcoholic beverages, bags of water, clothings, facemasks, exercise books, cooking oil, a cash of Ghs 3,000 and a lot more.

Receiving this humanitarian offer on behalf of the institution, the Director of The Eye of the Lord Orphanage Home, Nsawam, expressed his profound gratitude to the Nickelodeon & BET Winner| 3-Time Best Reggae/Dancehall Act in Africa and The Livingstone Foundation for this generosity, assuring him and his foundation of ensuring that, the items would be put to good use for the full benefit of all involved.

The exercise witnessed the presence of notable Ghanaian public figures, actors, Musicians comedians, including Kwaku Manu, Funny Face, Afia Schwarzenegger, Diamond, Legendary Yaw Sarpong and the wife of Stonebwoy – Dr. Louisa Satekla.

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