Ghana was painted with a very sad news yesterday prior to the death of Dancehall musician, Ebony Reigns.
We have been all shaken to the bones as we least expect Ebony to ‘go’ by this time even though death is inevitable.
The fact that her death came through road accident has got us to remember our top entertainers who also died in time past through accident—at a very young age.
Terry Bonchaka was killed in a vehicle accident on his way home from a concert at the University of Ghana in 2003.
Terry Bonchaka, who died tragically early at the age of 21, was just 21 years old when he died. His death was a terrible event in the history of the country.
Kwame Owusu Ansah was a Ghanaian radio broadcaster and teacher who rose to prominence in the Ghanaian film business by teaming with Nigerians on multiple occasions and appearing in prominent parts in Ghanaian films.
Kwame Owusu Ansah died of injuries sustained in an automobile accident on the Tema Motorway in Accra on May 2, 2008.
The 52-year-old actor participated in roughly 60 films until his death in 2008, including numerous Nigerian blockbusters
Ebony Reigns, Priscilla Opoku Agyemang’s stage name, was a Ghanaian national treasure who was cherished by Ghanaians and followers all over the world.
The death of the young singer shocked music lovers and the entire country on February 8, 2018. Ebony died at the age of twenty.
A horrific vehicle accident was the cause of death for this precious soul we all lost in 2018. Ebony has always reigned supreme in the hearts of fans
On 6th July 2014, the whole nation was thrown into a state of confusion, uncertainty and tears when the news of Castro’s disappearance on the Ada Estuary hit the public. After days of searching the estuary, the police and search team only recovered the Jet Ski on which he went skiing with an unknown lady. However, Castro’s body was never found and the police and search team concluded that he had perhaps gone too far into the ocean and lost control of the Jet ski leading to him and the unknown lady drowning. Indeed three years after the incident, Asamoah Gyan with whom he visited Ada with and was lodging at the same hotel, said in an interview that he believed his bosom friend Castro wasn’t coming back because he was dead. What made the ‘death’ of Castro more tragic was that, he was just at the peak of his career and enjoying all the success that his years of hardworking had culminated into.