- Actress and NDC parliamentary candidate for Tema Central, Ebi Bright, has lost two of her cars on Sunday, November 8, 2020
- The cars were lost in a reported fire incident which saw them getting burnt to ashes in her house at Sunday dawn
- Details are sketchy but an aide to Ebi Bright is suspecting foul play
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Ghanaian actress turned politician, Ebi Bright, has reportedly lost two f her cars to a fire incident in her house at Tema Community.
The cars of Bright who is the National Democratic Congress (NDC) parliamentary candidate for Tema Central in the upcoming 2020 elections got are said to have got burnt on Sunday, November 8, 2020.
According to a report YEN.com.gh sighted on MyNewsGH.com, the cars, a Mercedes Benz GL 450 and a Hyundai i30, were virtually burnt to ashes.
A photo of the cars accompanying the report shows they have been burnt beyond recognition.
Aide and media coordinator to Ebi Bright, David Dartey, is reported to have confirmed the news of the burnt cars said the fire started around 3:00 am.
Dartey disclosed that he heard an explosion while in the house and came out to see had happened.
When he got the porch, he realised the boot of the Benz was on fire but the thick smoke and fumes forced him to go inside and he went straight to inform his boss.
“When I heard the explosion I came out. I could see flames and I thought it was from the porch but when opened the door leading to the porch, the density of the fumes forced me to close it. I realized the car was burning so I had to rush to her room and alert her of the incident,” he was quoted to have said.
The aide to Ebi Bright also disclosed that he suspects foul play looking at the way the fire started.
In other news, Nana Ama McBrown has opened on her days of financial difficulties when she had to virtually beg for money to feed.
According to the actress, she was so broke sometime in 2008 that she had to borrow GHC50 from a friend which she survived on for one week.
But great advice from a man (friend) she met turned things around for her and she has never looked back.
McBrown disclosed this during an interview with VOA's Linord Moudou on her VIP With Linord show.
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