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I don’t think I got married to Stonebwoy too early because I’m still pursuing my dreams – Dr Louisa

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In a refreshing revelation on TV3, Dr. Louisa Satekla, the talented wife of Ghanaian dancehall music sensation Stonebwoy, has opened up about marrying her husband early and still being able to pursue her dreams.

Dr. Louisa who was a guest on The Day Show with Berla Mundi shared that she did not get married too early and emphasized the importance of following one’s ambitions while being in a committed relationship.

Stonebwoy and Dr Louisa Ansong on their wedding day, Friday, June 16, 2017,

“I got married at 25. No, I wouldn’t have waited longer. Why wait?” she queried

Louisa’s marriage to Stonebwoy took place when she was just 25 years old—an age that some might consider relatively young to tie the knot. However, for Louisa, age was not the determining factor as she felt it was right at the time and had the blessings of loved ones.

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“I think that life is not a linear process where you have to wait to accomplish this and have 100 per cent success before you move to the next thing. If it happens and you feel like it is right, you have the support of your family, I think you should definitely go for it,” she argued.

The Dental surgeon revealed that Stonebwoy’s presence in her life has been a tremendous asset in pursuing her dreams and personal aspirations as they had shared determination and complementary strengths.

“I am somebody who is very ambitious and goal-oriented and same as Stone so I noticed that he was going to be a great helper for me to pursue my dreams and personal goals so that put it all together for me and it helped me,” the mother of two revealed.

The ‘Everlasting’ crooner, 35, married Dr Louisa Ansong, 31, a professional dentist, on Friday, June 16, 2017, in a star-studded event in Accra and the union has been waxing strong ever since.

She also acknowledged that together they’ve been able to navigate the intricacies of balancing personal and professional pursuits, ensuring that the job gets done

“I don’t think I got married too early because I think I’m still pursuing my dreams and all of that so the job is getting done,” she added.

 

 

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