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A Mysterious Statue of the Late Ghanaian Singer, Ebony Stirs Controversy [Photo]

Since the death of the famous Ghanaian singer, Ebony Reigns, on February 8, 2018, she still keeps on talking about her.

This time, it is a “frightening statue of the defunct singer” erected in the country that makes the headlines.


There is no clear information that explains if the statue is still under construction, but fans have on social networks reacted to this by claiming that the statue is too ugly and did not fit the dancehall singer.


Meanwhile, a woman identified as Priscilla Agyekum of Hohoe in the Volta region, told a dream in which she had a meeting with the late Ebony who was begging to come back to life.

I decided to take a nap in the morning, slept and had a dream. In the dream, I heard a cry from afar and turned around to find out who was crying, and now I saw Ebony say she was going to be resurrected.

She went on to say that the diva’s spirit led her to a group of people dressed all in black and told her to inform them that her remains should be removed from the morgue and her spirit could come back.

Ebony Reigns, whose real name was Priscilla Opoku-Kwarteng, died on the road to Sunyani-Kumasi with her bodyguard and best friend Franky Kuri who was buried during the weekend.

Ebony died just 8 days before her 21st birthday. His last funeral rite is scheduled for March 17, 2018 on the Independence Square in Accra.


Written by How Africa

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