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Ebony's manager: Don't attack the prophets, she knew about her death

Ebony's manager: Don't attack the prophets, she knew about her death

The Ghana Football Association has extended their condolences to the family of the late Priscilla Opoku Kwarteng also known as "Ebony Reigns" in the music industry. According to reports coming out of the West African nation, the singer was killed in a auto accident at Mankronso in the Ashanti Region.

According to the police, the 20-year-old singer and two military officers were in an SUV and drove from Sunyani to Kumasi as it collided head-on with a VIP bus heading for Sunyani from Kumasi.

Ebony is supposed to celebrate her 21st birthday, next week the 16th of February.

Ebony Reigns was signed to ruff town records and Midas touch Inc.

The two military officials also died later at the Bechem Government Hospital after they were rushed there DSP John Adusei, Mankraso District Commander, revealed.

Her recent album "Bonyfied", released on December 26, 2017 grabbed a lot of attention, making her the heartthrob of all music lovers. She was consistent with hit singles including "Kupe" in 2016.

Ebony Reigns recently shared a heart-warming picture with Dr Lawrence Tetteh on social media. Kafra. The end time is fast approaching.

Global evangelist Dr Lawrence Tetteh has also expressed shock at the death of talented songstress ebony reigns.

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