Franky Kuri's body in Accra

Franky Kuri's body in Accra

- Twitter users have revealed that Franklina Maame Yaa Teboah Nkansah's body has been brought to Accra

- They revealed that her father went to Brong Ahafo to bring back her remains

- Details for the funeral are yet to be decided on

The mortal remains of Franklina Maame Yaa Teboa Nkansah, otherwise known as Franky Kuri, arrived in the capital Accra on Saturday, February 10th, after she died alongside dancehall artist, Ebony Reigns, in a brutal accident in Bechem, Brong Ahafo Region.

According to a Twitter user who goes by the handle Cedric Harding, has revealed that Franky Kuri's - the girl who died in the accident that killed Ebony Reigns - body has finally arrived in Accra three days after her fatal accident.

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Cedric also shared a tweet showing the vehicle Franky and Ebony were in when they had their fatal collision, and expressed sadness at the fact that the accident was so serious that the fire service had to cut off the roof before they could get to Franky and Ebony's remains.

In a series of tweets, Cedric Harding basically documented how loved ones went to the Brong Ahafo Region to retrieve Franky's remains and convey them all the way back to Accra.

Another Twitter user who uses the handle @jay_silas revealed that friends and sympathizers wanted to setup a GoFundMe account but the family declined. Although he says a separate account for those who wanted to contribute to Franky's funeral or anything like that will be set up.

He revealed that the family, led by the grandmother thanked those who helped get Franky's remains back to Accra. He also revealed that dates for the funeral are yet to be decided on, although he stated that those details would be released by the end of the week.

Checkout some of Cedric Harding's tweets below:

You will rest easy...

Almost home...

Franky is home...

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Source: Yen.com.gh

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