- Reagan Mends stated that it was very clear to him Terry Bonchaka would not live beyond 30 years
- He explained that they were both involved in a number of accidents before the one that claimed the musician's life
- He recalled an instance in which Lord Kenya, a musician turned pastor, counselled him to choose between God and the devil
Reagan Mends, the manager of the late music artiste, Terry Bonchaka, has revealed that he sensed beforehand his artiste would die young.
He stated that he was quite certain that the musician would not live beyond 30 years.
The late hip-life musician passed away at the age of 21 years, as a result of a motor accident.
The incident occurred after a performance at the Akuafo Hall week celebrations at the University of Ghana, Legon on 30th October 2003.
Speaking in an exclusive interview on Accra-based Peace FM’s ‘Entertainment Review’ show on Saturday 4th November 2017, Reagan Mends stated that the signs were clear.
According to him, there had been previous accidents in which they both escaped unhurt.
He explained that in one instance in Kumasi, their car skidded off the road and run into the Bantama roundabout.
He added that that all the shafts of the car were broken, but they survived and were unhurt.
The next day, he said, their car tires were flattened four times.
And on the third day, they used another vehicle, but its tires were also flattened in a similar fashion.
He went on to say that upon reaching Accra, he called his mother to inform her of his suspicion of the activities of evil forces.
He recounted an interaction with Lord Kenya, in which he was advised to choose between God and the devil.
Reagan Mends is the youngest artist manager ever to be produced in the history of Ghana’s music industry.
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