Keep playing my daughter’s songs – Ebony’s mother appeals to the media

Keep playing my daughter’s songs – Ebony’s mother appeals to the media

- Beatrice Oppong, mother of the late Ebony, has pleaded with the media to keep playing her daughter's songs

- According to her, the songs remind her of the great daughter she bore

Beatrice Oppong, mother of the late music artiste, Ebony, has appealed to the media to keep playing her daughter’s songs.

In an interview with Adom TV, she stated that she desires to keep the memories of her daughter alive, and therefore wants the media to keep playing the songs.

“I still don’t believe my daughter is dead even after her burial, because her songs are all over, reminding me of the great daughter I bore. I plead with you, the people in media not to stop playing her songs”, she stated.

A photo of Ebony and her father

The late Ebony poses for a photo with her father

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She also debunked rumours circulating that she and her daughter were not really on good terms, leading to Ebony’s behavior.

“My daughter and I were very close and I used to come to Ghana twice every year to spend time with her, but the nature of her job did not allow us to spend much time together as we would have expected”, she said.

According to her she is surprised at the manner in which some Ghanaians talk about a supposed grudge between them.

She urged Ghanaians to stop spreading those rumors because she had no grudges against anyone.

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Heartbreaking highlights from Ebony’s final funeral rites:

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