We Drive The Youth Of Ghana – Stonebwoy

We Drive The Youth Of Ghana – Stonebwoy

Bhim Nation president, Livingstone Etse Setekla, popularly known by his stage name Stonebwoy has noted that he and his long arch rival now best of friends drive the youth of Ghana.

He said this at the Peace concert press conference held on Tuesday at the Marriot Hotel, Accra to address the peace pipe they both smoked after the unfortunate VGMA brawl which happened some few weeks ago.

Some few days ago, pictures of the two sitting together and preaching peace broke the internet with some with the view that it was for the good and others saying it was just for the hype of it. In order to make things look real, the Kofi Abban Foundation scheduled a press conference on Tuesday to bring all these messages of togetherness between these two biggest dancehall acts in Ghana to the limelight.

In his opening speech, Stonebwoy admitted that they (he and Shatta Wale) have been involved in a number of cold wars which he termed as unnecessary. He added that they were mostly fueled by many factors such as misinterpretation from both of their camps mostly because of wrong media reportage and a couple of other factors but moving forward, they both have agreed to settle things with peace noting that they control the youth of the country through music and instances of war between them threatens the peace of the country. “Shatta and Stonebwoy drive the youth of Ghana hands down- both home and abroad. So how else can we get this going without the unnecessary feud?”

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Present at the press conference were prominent media moguls like Bola Ray and the moderator for the conference, award winning television broadcaster, Nana Aba Anamoah.

The Top Skanka hit maker took time to once again apologize for the happenings of the night and urged the press to broadcast the conference so it reaches the world at large.

Responding to Stonebwoy’s message of peace, Shatta Wale told the media that he also feels sorry for the happenings of the night and stands for peace with his brother. “We just want to say sorry to all who felt bad. To the BHIM nation fans, to the SM fans to my personal friends in the media and people”.

Written by K Oteng

K.Oteng is a reporter and editor for based in Accra-Ghana

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