VIDEO: Ebony was riding in Owusu Bempah’s car for ‘spiritual protection’ – Management reveals

A member of Ebony’s management team, Abeiku Santana, has revealed that Ebony rode in Prophet Owusu Bempah’s car.

According to Abeiku, Owusu Bempah readily offered his car to Ebony to ride in whenever she was attending an event. Abeiku Santana, known in private life as Gilbert Abeiku Aggrey, made this revelation at the One Week memorial of Ebony which was held yesterday in Accra and monitored by YEN.

He also revealed that two days after Ebony’s death, Owusu Bempah visited her family to make a “huge” donation toward Ebony’s funeral arrangements.

“Whenever Ebony wanted to go somewhere of importance, or to perform, she goes to see her daddy Prophet Owusu Bempah who gives her his car to use,” Abeiku revealed. This gesture by Owusu Bempah is believed to part of the spiritual protection he was said to be offering to Ebony.

It would be recalled that Prophet Apostle Owusu Bempah had claimed that he foresaw Ebony’s death and consequently informed her and her management about it. The managers have also revealed how the popular cleric gave them some “directions” to observe in order to avert the death sentence that was hanging on Ebony.
Therefore, it appears Ebony use of Owusu Bempah’s car was a “spiritual directive” to reverse her death “sentence”. But unfortunately, Ebony died suddenly in a car crash on Thursday, February 8, 2018 on the Kumasi-Sunyani Highway. She was reportedly returning from visiting her mother and other family members in Sunyani when the sad incident occurred.

Meanwhile, her managers have also revealed how Ebony informed them of visiting the Northern Region a day before her death.

Her one-week memorial was held yesterday with thousands of people thronging St. Martin De Porres School in Dansoman, Accra, to participate. The family has announced her final funeral rites to be held on March 17, 2018.

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Source: yen.com.gh

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