Mother of late Ghanaian hip life artiste, Terry Bonchaka known in real life as Terrence Nii Okang Mensah Adjetey has indicated that there is more to her son’s death than the accident he was involved in.
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Speaking in an interview on Accra-based Hitz FM, Mrs Charlotte Adjetey revealed that she became suspicious about the circumstances surrounding her son’s death when he was being buried.
She revealed that when he was laid in state, she realized some strange marks on his neck; an indication that something more than just the car crash took her son away from her.
She also revealed that the autopsy report indicated that her son had died of suffocation. She went on to quiz the correlation between a fatal accident and death by suffocation.
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She added that it was only God who knew exactly what happened on that fateful day but she had an inkling that ‘the hand of someone’ was involved in her son’s death.
She sounded convinced that her son was murdered but could not place her finger on the reason someone would do such a callous thing to her son.
14 years after the musician’s passing, his mother revealed that she had not only lost a son but also lost a very good friend in Terry.
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She said in a shaky voice that she missed her soon so much and she has been crying as a result.
Manager of the late “zoozey” hit maker, Regan Mends indicated that the anniversary was going to be marked by a clean-up exercise. He went on to reveal that as part of next year’s anniversary, a music concert would be held in memory of the singer with hopes of crystalizing the 21-year old musician’s legacy.
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Terry Bonchaka met his untimely death in a ghastly accident on the Madina-Legon road after a performance in the University of Ghana to mark the Hall Week celebration of Akuafo Hall.
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