Controversial radio personality, Alfred Kwame Larbi popularly known as DJ Oxygen, has predicted more deaths following the death of the late dancehall artiste, Ebony Reigns.
The deaths he stated would serve as a revenge from the side of Ebony’s father.
Explaining the spiritual connections to the death of the late Ebony Reigns who died through a gory accident Thursday evening, the CEO of Oxy FM said, the dancehall artiste got her talent from God but did not get strong spiritual protection.
He has also advised the family to bury the late Ebony to avert other serious calamities.
The family of the late Ebony, who was originally known as Patricia Opoku-Kwarteng, is going to revenge her death. If Ebony is not buried on time, we are going to witness more deaths,’’ he told host of GH Entertainment on Rainbow Radio 87.5Fm.
He questioned why Ebony’s Auntie was touching and fondling her breast before her departure.
Mr. Larbi who is also a spiritualist said if Ebony had listened to her mother and delayed or stayed as her mother requested, she would not have died.
The mother’s house he revealed is a den of witches and if we do not get a strong man of God to pray and destroy the powers, more deaths are going to be recorded from her mother’s side, he indicated.
Ebony died alongside a military officer and another female friend known as Franky. That lady was from the music kingdom that is where the occult operates. She was a lesbian and was a mission.
Ebony he asserted was also a member of the occult kingdom and her father is also not an ordinary man. But that is his personal life.
‘’It was planned in the spiritual realm for Ebony to die and they have achieved that purpose,’’ he added.
An Evangelist, Apostle George Akoteng, has prophesied that controversial self acclaimed dancehall artiste, Shatta Wale, originally known as Charles Nii Armah Mensah Jr. and highlife musician Kwabena Kwabena, are going to die just like Ebony Reigns.
According to the Evangelist, the two musicians are now members of the occult kingdom and their assignment on earth has come to an end just like the late Ebony Reigns.
He told host Prince Dadzie aka Mr. Handsome that, Ebony, Shatta Wale and Kwabena Kwabena joined the occult kingdom to make them more popular.
The apostle said although the talent they have was God given, they joined the occult kingdom for power, fame and wealth.
The two musicians he added are stubborn and because of their stubbornness, they will die mysteriously just like Ebony Reigns.
The death of Ebony he noted would serve as a sign of warning to other upcoming musicians who are planning to join the occult kingdom for fame.
According to him, the manager of Ebony, Bullet, Bola Ray CEO of Empire Entertainment are all controlled by the occult kingdom.
‘’These musicians do not wait at God’s appointed time and because of that, they will die mysteriously,’’ he noted.
An Evangelist, Apostle George Akoteng, has said the late Ebony Reigns originally known as Priscilla Opoku-Kwarteng, was spiritually assassinated.
Speaking in an exclusive interview with Rainbow Radio’s Mr. Handsome, the Apostle said the late musician belonged to the occult kingdom.
He also revealed on the show that, all the prophets who prophesied about the death of the ‘Maame Hwe’ hitmaker but failed to pray against it and blamed it on the musician’s stubbornness are also fake prophets who derive their powers from the devil.
He was emphatic that, God does not reveal and allow the incident to happen when the prophet who prophesies it is from him.
Apostle Akoteng asked the host to cast his mind back to the mangled jeep and analyze how it occurred and would come to the conclusion that, the accident was not ordinary.
The Apostle added, Ebony was under assignment and because her assignment was over, that was why she died through the accident.
‘’Her case was a spiritual one. Her talent was God given but she was possessed by the spirit of stubbornness and for that to work, it was connected to her family.’’
He also prophesied that Shatta Wale and Kwabena Kwabena are going to be the next musicians to die like the late Ebony.
He said these musicians are now working for the devil although God gave them the talent they have.
‘’Ebony belongs to the demonic kingdom and those who promoted her and brought her into the lime light, were the ones who introduced her into that kingdom. She was belonging to the demonic kingdom. Look at her lifestyle and the way she was dressing. She was a demonic person,’’ he said.
‘’All these musicians are demonic. They do not allow God to uplift them although he gave them the talent. They will all be disgraced and condemned in the same manner the late Ebony was spiritually assassinated,’’ he concluded.
Female gospel act, Patience Nyarko, has declined to comment on the allegation of her dating her manager.
It was widely circulated that , Patience Nyarko who was signed onto, Kumi Wilson’s record company Trust Productions, was dating the man.
Wife of the manger, Madam Olivia, had accused the gospel act of snatching her husband.
But speaking to GH Entertainment’s with host Mr. Handsome, Patience Nyarko, declined to comment stating, this is something about my boss and his wife. I will not discuss it on radio. I respect my boss and so I will not comment on it. Because of the respect I have for my boss, I will not comment on it. You know I am not a soft person and will respond to any allegation leveled against me but with this story, I will not comment on it.’’
''The relationship between my manager Patience Nyarko is purely business. There is nothing to talk about,'' she stressed.
Purple Soul Multimedia, the new management for International Afro-Pop/Reggae Artist with showbiz name Luta, has said they saw talent in the musician hence the decision to sign him on.
A management member who accompanied him to the studios of Rainbow Radio 87.5Fm, Madam Lauren, told host Mr. Handsome that, they saw him as a very good product and we could easily market him well.
She said ‘’he is very good and has released hits upon hits. We saw him as someone who we could work with and that is why we sign him on. He is going to mentor underground artistes.’’
Madam Lauren added, the company is also into charity works, talent management, and events management. We are coming out with a talent show; the underground artistes, we are coming for them.’’
Luta who was formerly known as Luther said he was rebranding himself to reach higher heights so he could appeal to fans not only in Ghana but beyond the shores of Ghana.
He used to be known as Luther a.k.a. King of Hooks but he’s back with an all new image and sounds! He’s now known as Luta and he has released his first single titled ‘Dance With Me’ to start the year.
His signing with the new management will last for three (3) he told the host.
When asked whether he was a member of MUSIGA, he answered in the negative and noted that, ‘’when I was a member I did not benefit from anything so I just opted out.’’
Veteran Highlife Musician Mr. Appiah Kubi, has given a shocking narration of the struggle he is undergoing with his health.
The musician in an exclusive interview with Mr. Handsome on GH Entertainment on Rainbow Radio 87.5Fm said, he started feeling unwell last year and took ill often.
According to him, he was admitted for several weeks at the Sunyani Government Hospital but after several labs, nothing was established.
Mr. Kubi further told the host that at the time, he was not financially sound and needed help so he approached the Ghana Music Rights Organization (GHAMRO) and was given GHc500.
The situation he noted worsened and due to that, he went to the Achimota Hospital where he was diagnosed with chronic kidneydisease.
Mr. Appiah Kubi is currently homeless and struggling to afford a three square meal.
He also told the host GHAMRO declined to assist him when he approached the organization for assistance when his situation worsened.
When asked how many of the musicians in the country have come to his aid, he said only Kaakyire Kwame Appiah has helped him.
Some of the known musicians he has helped include Grace Ashley, Tic Tac and other known stars who have released hit after hit.
Afro-Pop/Reggae artiste, Luta, has revealed on GH Entertainment hosted by Kwesi Dadzie aka Mr. Handsome that, he was preparing to release a track with the late Ebony reigns.
He described the death of the late female dancehall artiste, as unfortunate, sad and a big blow to the industry.
He told the host on Saturday that he had discussed with manager of the deceased artiste on a possible collaboration with the ‘Maame Hwe’ hitmaker.
Luta who could not hold himself said, ‘’it is so so sad for us to loose Ebony Reigns,’’ he added.
Ebony Reigns originally known as Priscilla Opoku-Kwarteng, died in an accident in the country’s middle belt. Two other occupants of the car she was travelling in also died.
Police in the town of Mankranso in the Ashanti region confirmed that a Jeep she was travelling in run into a popular mass transport, the VIP bus.
The police in its account stated that, ‘’ On 08/02/2018, at about 23:45 hours, suspect driver Chartey Oko Pinehad, aged 29, was driving Jeep No. AS497-16 from Sunyani to Accra with three occupants on board, whilst suspect driver Mohammed Abubakar aged 48 years, was also driving KIA Grad Bird [VIP] bus with registration No. GT 3232-17 from Accra to Sunyani with a set of passengers on board.
On reaching a section of the road between Nyamebekyere and Nsuta, there was a heap of sand in the lane of the Jeep which was being used for the road maintenance, and the driver in trying to avoid running into the sand, swerved onto the opposite lane and grazed the nearside portion of the bus and plunged into the railings at the edge of the road, killing the three other occupants identified as Francisca Nkansah Kuri aged 27 years, Priscilla Opoku Kwarteng [Ebony], and Lance Corporal Vondee Francis Atsu, aged 29 years.
The driver sustained injuries and was rushed to Bechem Government hospital for treatment. The occupants on board the bus escaped unhurt.
Bodies conveyed and deposited at Bechem government hospital mortuary for preservation and autopsy. Accident vehicle impounded at the station. Suspect driver on inquiry bail.’’
Popular comedian, Togo Borga, has lambasted authorities over the demise of dancehall artiste, Ebony Reigns and two other friends including his personal bodyguard Thursday evening.
The ‘Maame Hwe’ hitmaker died on Thursday together a military officer and a female friend after their jeep collided head-on with a bus at the intersection of the road between the Nsuta and Bechem junction, [her car] collided with a VIP bus which was also coming from Kumasi towards the Sunyani direction.
The Ghana Police Service has given an account on how a heap of sand which was to be used for maintenance work, and abandoned on the road since November, 2017 caused the accident.
Portions of the report read ‘’… there was a heap of sand in the lane of the Jeep which was being used for the road maintenance, and the driver in trying to avoid running into the sand, swerved onto the opposite lane and grazed the nearside portion of the bus and plunged into the railings at the edge of the road, killing the three other occupants identified as Francisca Nkansah Kuri aged 27 years, Priscilla Opoku Kwarteng [Ebony], and Lance Corporal Vondee Francis Atsu, aged 29 years.
Reacting to the report, Togo Borga, minced no words in slamming authorities of state and blamed them for negligence.
The comedian who could not hide his pain recounted how lives are lost through road accidents.
He said because some of these individuals were not celebrities, they did not get the attention like the late Ebony who was tipped to win the Artiste of the Year Award.
He slammed government for failing to retool the police MTTD to check indiscipline on our roads but managed to spend money in purchasing a fleet of bullet proof vehicles.
He did also spare drivers who exhibit indiscipline on our roads and admonished them to avoid over speeding and overtaking.
According to him, we are our own enemies because some drivers are unable to interpret common road signs and institutions responsible to educate them, have failed to do same.
‘’We are not serious as a country, the infuriated Togo Borga said.
Togo Borga told Danny Fii Abrantie that, the accident scene has consistently killed a lot of people yet authorities have not seen the need to speed up the maintenance work.
‘’Are we serious in this country? Somebody must be held responsible for the death of Ebony and the other two friends. The Driver and Vehicle Licensing Authority (DVLA) is the laziest institution in this country […] how do we drive on death traps called roads in a country like Ghana? Our leaders lack sense and I will encourage Ghanaians to hold them responsible.’’
‘’We have people taking monthly salary yet they are not working. When you talk, people will say, we should not engage in politics,’’ he added.
It has emerged that, the military officer who died alongside Ebony Reigns in the gory accident was not officially assigned to serve as guard for the dancehall artiste.
The Airforce Lance corporal reportedly asked for a sick leave but ended up in Mankranso in the Brong Ahafo Region where met his untimely death.
He will, therefore, be court mashalled and possibly sentenced to 40days in the military guardroom. Being dead, his uniform will be hanged in the guardroom for 40 days after which his body be released to the family for burial.
The President of the Republic, Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo, has described the realization of the 17 United Nations Sustainable Development Goals as an investment in the future of the youth and children of the African continent.
According to President Akufo-Addo, the 17 UN SDGs “present our generation with the great opportunity to fight inequality on all fronts, wipe out extreme poverty, tackle the issues of climate change, and reverse the degradation and unsustainable use of our environmental resources.”
It is for this reason that Ghana, the President indicated, has taken up the challenge of the SDGs.
“We have captured them in our Co-ordinated Programme for Economic and Social Development Policies, which was submitted to Parliament last November, and we have set up a Governmental Inter-Ministerial Committee to co-ordinate and monitor the implementation of the SDGs,” the President added.
President Akufo-Addo made this known on Friday, 9th February, 2018, when he delivered the opening remarks at a public lecture addressed by Queen Mathilde of Belgium, at the Great Hall of the University of Ghana.
The President, who is the co-Chair of the Group of Advocates of Eminent Personalities of the SDGs, noted that the Group of Advocates, which includes Queen Mathilde, has the duty to promote the universal character of the SDGs, the engagement of new stakeholders in the implementation and financing of the global goals, encourage partnership with civil society and the private sector, and to share knowledge and best practices necessary to support accelerated implementation of the goals.
“We must succeed in removing millions of people out of poverty, protect our planet, and provide hope of a secured future to the teeming youth in the world, who have the greatest stake in the SDGs. And this is exactly what I am firmly committed to championing, as Co-Chair of the Advocates,” the President stated.
With Africa at a critical stage in its development, he noted that the realization of the SDGs could mark a major turning point for the continent.
“With some 75 percent of the world’s poor living in Africa, poverty eradication remains an enormous challenge. But we have a great opportunity, with the SDGs, to reverse that, and, with smart policies, make considerable inroads in eradicating poverty, and bringing prosperity and increased human development to the continent,” he added.
Achieving the SDGs, President Akufo-Addo said, will take bold ambition in thought and actions, creativity, innovation, hard work, and, most critically, connecting to the positive and abundant energies of the youth.
“The story of Africa’s hitherto inability to develop is primarily the story of our damaging colonial heritage and bad governance. We must make governance and our governance systems work for the eradication of poverty and the creation of prosperity and wealth. And, as we embark on this path, we must commit to building accountable and transparent institutions,” he stated.
The President added, “We cannot grow out of poverty and achieve the SDGs through charity and the benevolence of others. If we are going to succeed to move Africa Beyond Aid, this cannot be a mere slogan. It will take adopting more effective and appropriate development models, doing business differently, and making the tough choices necessary to accelerate inclusive growth in the economy.”
President Akufo-Addo reiterated his belief that a key accelerator to achieving the goals is a strong and vibrant private sector, which has the space to grow, flourish and unleash the entrepreneurial talents of our people.
As the African Union’s Gender Champion, he added that “for our continent to achieve the SDGs and capture totally our grandeur, we must succeed in fully unleashing the potential of Africa’s women. This is an absolute priority for me, as it should be for one privileged to be labelled the African Union Gender Champion.”