Ebony reign’s 1 year celebration postponed to march

BY: Mabel Faith Tannor
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Star boy Kwateng, father and manager of the late Ebony reigns Mr Opoku Kwateng has revealed that the one year celebration of his late daughter scheduled to take place on February has been postponed to march.

“It was supposed be next month but I have shifted it to March, so we have about two more months to go. I haven’t fixed the exact date yet but it will definitely be in March. We are working on that collectively, its not just me. Her mother is in Ghana as I speak so we are yet to decide," he disclosed.

February 8, 2019 will be exactly a year since the tragic demise of sensational Singer, Priscilla Opoku Agyeman popularly known as Ebony Reigns.

As custom demands for a one year anniversary of the dead, family and friends are expected to gather at a solemn ceremony to celebrate the life of their departed and visit the grave, but the late Ebony Reign’s one-year anniversary will not be celebrated on the original date according to her father.

The father disclosed that the anniversary will be in March, but the exact date will be announced soon.

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Ebony Reigns died in a gruesome road accident that occurred on a cold Thursday night  February 8, 2018 on the Sunyani-Kumasi road.

The 20-year-old singer died along side with three other persons called Frankie Kury and a military officer called Francis Astu Vondee  travelling from Sunyani to Kumasi when a head-on VIP bus crushed into Ebony"s.

Her one year celebration date will be disclosed soon.