Ebony's sister Foriwaa speaks after visiting her grave to mark 2nd anniversary

Ebony's sister Foriwaa speaks after visiting her grave to mark 2nd anniversary

- Ebony's sister, Foriwaa Opoku-Kwarteng, has spoken after visiting he singer's grave

- Foriwaa and her father, Nana Opoku-Kwarteng, visited the grave on Saturday, February 8, 2020, to mark the second anniversary of Ebony's passing

- Sharing photos from their visit, Foriwaa has expressed so much sadness

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The elder sister of the Ebony Reigns, Happy Opoku-Kwarteng, popularly known as Foriwaa, has been left heartbroken after visiting the late singers grave.

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Ebony's family led by her father, Nana Opoku Kwarteng, has visited the singer's graveyard at the Osu Cemetery in Accra.

The visit on Saturday, February 8, 2020, marked the second anniversary of the untimely death of Ebony.

As earlier reported by YEN.com.gh, Ebony's father and her elder sister used the visit to lay new wreaths on her grave.

Following their visit, Foriwaa took to social media to share photos from Ebony's graveyard.

Sharing photos, Ebony's took who sounded like someone who was very heartbroken.

"The Worst that Could happen in my Life already has. hmmm Rest well Nana. @instyle_by_happy," the caption to her first photo read.

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Later she shared another photo saying: "Questions I have seeked for answers but “SILENCE” is all that I get..My heart bleeds, but who am I to Question the “MAKER”?? ❣."

Meanwhile, YEN.com.gh earlier reported that a video of the late Ebony Reigns singing one of the songs of gospel artiste Noble Nketiah had popped up online.

The video which came up in remembrance of the RuffTown Records singer as part of the second anniversary of her death left many Ghanaians in tears.

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