- Today, February 8, 2021, marks three years since sensational singer Ebony passed away
- Ebony's sister, Foriwaa Kwarteng, has shared a photo in remembrance of the sad day
- In her caption, Foriwaa said the heartbreak she suffered is still fresh
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It is exactly three years since sensational singer Ebony Reigns, known in private life as Priscilla Opoku Kwarteng, passed away.
In commemoration of the third anniversary of Ebony's passing, the singer's elder sister, Happy Foriwaa Kwarteng, has shared a photo.
The photo has Foriwaa and Ebony sitting together in what looked like an outing. The two smiled for the camera.
Sharing the photo, Foriwaa disclosed that even though her sister passed on three years ago, she was yet to heal from the emotional wounds and the heartbreak she got.
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"Today marks exactly 3yrs you departed yet the wounds and heartbreak feels Fresh, like it happened moments ago. Forever In Our Hearts♥️. Keep on Resting Well Nana #3yrsanniversary," she said.
The photo and caption from Ebony's sister have stirred loads of reactions from her followers on social media.
"I have been awake, thinking of today, may she rest in perfect peace and may God hold your family together ."
"I’m still heartbroken, keep resting Nana Hemaa we miss you ❤️❤️."
"Nana we never had enough of you....Keep resting in peace ❤️."
"My love you still live within us and we cherish every deep moments and memories you have with us we love you continue to rest in Jesus Christ our saviour's name Amen , Like how you say obaa na wose d3n."
As it has been widely reported, Ebony passed away in a car crash on the Sunyani-Kumasi Highway.
Ebony was returning from Sunyani where she and her friend Franky Kuri had visited the singer's mother.
The two and a soldier, Francis Vondee, who was escorting them had their car mangled after somersaulting.
At the time of her passing, Ebony was at the peak of her relatively short career and she even won the Vodafone Ghana Music Awards (VGMA) Artiste of the Year for 2018.
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