Dancehall Artist Stonebwoy Is Back To The Classroom

Education they say; has no end. And good education is essential for a well-run society. This is the motivation behind why Award winning Ghanaian artist Stonebwoy has returned to school to upgrade his schooling to a higher class in between his bustling music schedules.

The reggae dancehall artist was recently in an interview, when he revealed that, he is tutoring at Ghana Institute Of Management And Public Administration (GIMPA) in Ghana.

Despite the fact that it was supposed to be confidential, the talented performer spread the word about it after he was to some degree, outfoxed by one of Ghana’s best media characters Bernard Avle on radio.

Stonebwoy is labeled by loads of people to be a shrewd chap who is entirely educated in what he says and does. This quality even rises above and creep into most of his songs, with many people adoring him for his ‘profound’ and intelligent melodious contents.

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Stonebwoy is not only one of the finest and the biggest acts in Ghana, but across the continent. Stonebwoy is a graduate of University of Professional Studies (UPSA) with a degree in Marketing before he dove into active music. Meanwhile, the course the artist is currently studying at GIMPA is yet unknown.


The Ghana Institute of Management and Public Administration (GIMPA) was established in 1961 as a joint Ghana Government/United Nations (UN) special fund project.

Originally named the Institute of Public Administration, it was set up as one of the key strategic institutions to develop the public administrative system, to provide civil servants with administrative and professional competence, and to plan and administer national, regional and local services.

GIMPA offers bachelor’s, master’s and executive master’s degree programmes in business administration, entrepreneurship, law, public administration, development management, governance, leadership and technology. The school flaunts a little more than 10,000 understudies.

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