Ghanaian Dancehall singer, Ebony Reigns, finally laid to rest…

The burial ceremony of 21-year-old Ghanaian Dancehall singer, Pricilla Opoku-Kwarteng popularly known as Ebony Reigns held today, after a well-attended tribute concert took place last night at the International Trade Fair Center in her honour.

 

The Parents of Ebony, Mr. Nana Poku Kwarteng and Madam Beatrice Oppong, and Ghanaian celebrities like Mzbel, Nana Tornado and Stonebwoy all showed up at the forecourt of the State House, Ghana, to pay their last respect to Ebony Reigns who was buried amidst tears.

Pricilla Opoku-Kwarteng born 16 February 1997; popularly known by her stage name Ebony (Reigns) is a Dancehall/Afrobeats artist based in Ghana, West Africa – widely known for her hit songs “Poison” and “Kupe”.

Born and raised in Accra, Ghana, Miss Reigns began her early education at Methodist Girls’ at Mamfe in the Akuapim North District of the Eastern Region before dropping out in 2015 to pursue her passion for music full time.

Ebony Reigns was killed instantly in a traffic collision on 8 February 2018 whilst returning from Sunyani to Accra after a visit to her mother.

Her assistant and longtime friend Franklina Yaa Nkansah Kuri and soldier Atsu Vondee were also killed in the fatal accident. She died 8 days before her 21st birthday.

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