Lawrence Tetteh cautions Ghanaians taking credit and popularity for people’s death

By SVTV Africa

Renowned International Pastor Dr. Lawrence Tetteh says Ghanaians shouldn’t take the sadness of one’s sorrow for personal gains and popularity.

Speaking in an interview, Dr. Lawrence Tetteh stated that some members of the society have used the death of dancehall icon to gain attention from the public which he rebuked and asked that they desist from using the death of others to gain fame.

“Pastors who say I predicted her death, I knew she would die should stop that and rather pray for our country and think about how to make our country better”. Dr. Lawrence Tetteh stated in an exclusive interview at the burial service of Franky Kuri, close friend of the late dancehall artiste Ebony who died in an accident on the Sunyani –Kumasi road.

The burial service of the late Frankilna was held at the Prince of Peace Catholic Church at Kwashieman in Accra.

Twenty-seven years old Franky Kuri died in a gory accident last month with award winning dancehall icon Ebony and Lance Corporal Atsu Vondee on the Sunyani-Kumasi road when returning from Sunyani to Accra after paying a visit to Ebony’s mum.

Meanwhile Ebony Reigns alias the 90’s bad gyal would be given a final rest on March 17, 2018.Her burial service would be held at the Independence Square.

Familiar faces like controversial entertainment personality Afia Schwarzenegger, parents of the late Ebony and actor Fiifi Coleman were spotted at the burial service.

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