-Dancehall act Ebony has released a new song on her birthday
-The title of the song is “Kokonsa Police” and it is available for download
-The announcement of the song’s release was made on the official Facebook page of the musician
Late award-winning dancehall act, Ebony, who would have turned 21 years today had she been alive has given her fans and followers something to be joyous about on her birthday by releasing a brand new song.
In an official release on the Facebook page of the “Poison” hit maker, it was announced that she was going to release a song in celebration of her birthday.
The post was captioned, “Happy birthday to the queen. Ebony reigns is still reigning. Get her new song now Konkonsa Police - Single by Ebony”.
Many of her fans and followers could not help but comment in celebration of the talented musician whose life was cut short through a gory accident.
Mother of the late musician, Madam Beatrice Oppong visited the accident site that took the life of her daughter and 2 others for the very first time to have a fair idea of what caused her daughter’s death.
Madam Beatrice Oppong urged state agencies responsible for safety on our roads to work diligently so that more lives are not lost.
In a related development, an elderly woman by name Madam Adwoa Nyamekye has alleged that she saw the ghosts of Ebony, Franky Kuri and Francis Atsu Vondee at the exact spot of their accident.
Madam Adwoa Nyamekye indicated that she had a conversation with the spirit of Ebony who was in pain and crying as a result.
According to the elderly woman, she on her way to church before her bizarre encounter with Ebony’s ghost.
The woman said Ebony told her to tell Ghanaians to stop discussing her death but rather pray hard to avert impending deaths which were in the days ahead.
Ebony died in a gory accident on the Sunyani-Kumasi road while returning to Accra from Sunyani. Her childhood friend and PA, Franky Kuri and one air force official, Francis Atsu Vondee, who posed as a bodyguard also died in the car crash.
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