- Quamina MP has spoken for the first time after the death of his dad affectionately called Bongo
- The musician asked the public to give his family some support and respect in their trying times
- Quamina MP and his dad were involved in an accident on the Akosombo road
Ghanaian musician, Quamina MP known in real life as Emmanuel Ato Quamina Amonoo, has for the first time spoken following the death of his dad in a car accident.
The Mankessim indigene, in a post on his official Instagram page, confirmed the death of his father who he affectionately calls Bongo.
Bongo is believed to have died following the car crash that the singer was also involved in on the Akosombo road.
In the statement believed to have been issued by the management of the singer, it indicated that the news of Bongo's death was being officially announced.
The statement also went on to appeal to the general public to be sacrosanct with reportage on the issue and also accord the bereaved family with the utmost respect.
Quamina MP's team was also calling on the public to respect their privacy and not cause them more harm than has been done already following the loss of their "hero".
Many fans and followers took to the comment section to commiserate with the bereaved family.
flowdellybyk came in with the comment: "May his soul Rest In Peace #BONGO"
amgdeuces_ironboy also wrote: "Take heart my g#OnGod #lord knows"
Musician fuseodg also wrote: "Our condolences...We dey your back Praying for strength for you and your family to heal...Daddy's energy lives on through you...we must celebrate his life on earth"
ofor.riwaa___ commented: "Soo sadd may his soul rest in perfect peace"
Rapper ponobiom also had this to say: "Sorry,, man,, stay strong"
There were many such comments that showed that fans of the Change Your Style singer were indeed sad over the loss.
YEN.com.gh earlier reported that a gentleman has climbed to the top of a mast with the vow of awaiting the declaration of Akufo-Addo as the winner of the December 7 elections before he comes down.
In a report sighted by YEN.com.gh on Starrfmonline, it is said that the man was determined to remain up there until the Electoral Commission declares the results.
The incident is happening at Ayoma in the Asenua community of the Kwabere East municipality.
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