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Kumawood Actress Nora Frimpong Manso known in showbiz as 'NoraUrMajesty' has said that Ghanaians will soon forget Ebony reigns since Ghanaians have short memory.
According to the "Striker " actress, Ghanaians have lost talented celebrities like Terry Bonchaka, Suzzy williams, et al when they were at the peak of their career and Ghanaians as usual mourn them like they will forever remain in their hearts.
In a chat with browngh.com Nora said : " Ghanaians are hypocrites and cherish the dead more than the living , I quite remember when Ghanaians castigated Ebony for her way of dressing and after her demised she was praised as if it was a different person . They should ask John Mahama( JM) how easily Ghanaians forget. I wouldn't even be surprised if her songs gradually fade out. Out of mind, out of sight"
"Ebony was rubbing shoulders with the male musicians by producing hits after hits and it is unprecedented that a female artiste has been nominated for artiste of the year in the Vodafone Ghana Music Awards, it goes a long way to tell you how influential Ebony was in the industry." She added.
It can be recalled on 15th December , 2013 when Ex- President John Dramani Mahama at the inauguration of the Revival Restoration Centre of the Assemblies of God Church at Roman Ridge, Accra said that Ghanaians have forgotten his achievements or progress of his government and it goes a long way to tell you how easily Ghanaians forget.
The Kumawood actress wrote on her facebook page that Ghanaians will soon forget Ebony and that Terry Bonchaka was forgotten after his demise and that he should be used as a case study. She proceeded by saying that if we are in doubt we should ask ex-president John Mahama.
On her facebook page , she wrote:
GHANAIANS WILL SOON FORGET EBONY REIGNS #Use Terry Bonchaka as a case study...if is a lie ask #JM (JOHN DRAMANI MAHAMA)
Ebony met her untimely death on Thursday 8th February 2018 after the Jeep she was travelling in run into a VIP bus near Mankranso in the Ashanti region.
Her friend Franky Kuri and Atsu Vondee, a military officer who posed as a body guard also lost their lives in the tragic accident.
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