The manager of the late high-life singer, Anokye Supremo, Isaac Kwabena Zachariah who accompanied him to India for the surgery has hinted that they have up to Sunday, February 10 2019 to take the corpse of the late Anokye Supremo out of India.
He added that if that is not done by the said date, the corpse would remain there.
Speaking on Onua FM Entertainment show on Thursday, February 7 2019, he appealed to all Ghanaians to help raise funds to help the family of the late musician retrieve his mortal remains from the hospital in India.
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He explained that they had been able to raise over $16, 000.00 out of the $21,000.00 required to settle the hospital bills.
According to him, aside the $5000.00 needed to top up to make a full amount for the accumulated hospital bills, the family needs an additional $2,950.00 to airlift the body back to Ghana.
He mentioned that they have up to Sunday, 10th February 2019 to pay all the debt and make the necessary arrangements according to the certificate he has been given.
According to Indian laws, if a foreigner dies in the country, the corpse does not have to exceed 10 days, without it being airlifted back.
The artiste, affectionately known as Daddy Lumba Jr., was diagnosed with an illness after experiencing a severe headache that affected his eyes and was therefore flown overseas to receive medical attention.
He passed away on Wednesday, January 30, 2019, after undergoing a surgery to remove his tumor.
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