Because of history, communities like Nima, Mamobi, Shukura, and Ashaiman have been tagged as the bad boys’ hoods.
Ghanaian dancehall great, Livingstone Etse Satekla, better known as Stonebwoy, is a great son of Ashaiman and hates it when his land is tagged as a stubborn land. However, in a recent interview with Nana Romeo on Accra FM, the Bawasaba hitmaker, who went there to promote his Ashaiman to the World concert which will be held on October 3rd, tried to clear that notion out of the heads of people.
According to Stonebwoy, who was asked to advise people coming from the diaspora to his concert to be more careful because of how bad the people of Ashaiman are, he said:
There are bad people everywhere, so whenever you are stepping out, your safety should be your priority. You may come out to have fun, but someone else’s aim might be different. Asahaiman, they say we have bad people, but I don’t think it is so if we have bad people. Have you ever heard of a band robbery in the community before?