Dancehall act Stonebwoy has disclosed that he will support surgeries of persons who have been disabled through accidents.
The musician, who went through a successful knee replacement surgery last year years after he was involved in a motor accident, says the moves is part of his foundation, Livingstone Foundation, to give back to society.
He made the disclosure after he donated an amount of money to a patient at the St Joseph’s Hospital in Koforidua over the weekend.
According to Stonebwoy, in an exclusive interview with Hitz FM’s Anita Ampomah, the Livingston Foundation has been in existence since 2014, though not officially launched.
The foundation he said will support the bills of those that have been disabled one way or the other by accidents, especially orthopedic cases. Orthopedics is a medical specialty concerned with correction of deformities or functional impairments of the skeletal system.
He explained that, “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.