PHOTOS: 6 Ghanaian Celebrities Whose Deaths Rocked The Nation In 2018

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Death is a necessary end for the living but sometimes how it visits us, taking away some of our beloved ones, really saddens our soul.

Today, GhanaCelebrities.Com is not bringing you this writing to remind some families and even Ghana as a nation of their pain and sadness they went through this year, but just to end 2018 by showing our last respects to those taken away from us by the icy hands of death.


Within the late hours of February 8th this year, Ghanaians did not hear good news after one of our uprising female dancehall music sensations, Ebony Reigns was snatched from us through a gory accident, an accident that took away 3 lives.

Born Priscilla Opoku Kwarteng, the saucy singer known in showbiz as Ebony Reigns left us in tears at the age of 21.

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Born Asonaba Kwaku Darko and one of the main pillars of Ghanaian comedy, he was then popularly known by his comic name, Super OD.

Super OD also left us on Tuesday, February 13th, just 4 days after the death of Ebony Reigns. He died at the Sweduro Government Hospital in the Central Part of Ghana.

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It was about 6 months ago when Ghanaians were stricken with the news of the sudden death of the former Vice President under John Dramani Mahama’s regime. Mr Paa Kwesi Amissah Arthur.

Per the reports we had, the former Vice President collapsed at the gym he went to for some workout and was rushed to the 37 Military Hospital in a pickup vehicle where he gave up the ghost.

His death was a disgrace to the Ghanaian politicians who can buy thousands of expensive Toyota Landcruisers for their selfish needs but are unable to fill our hospitals with ambulances.

Nana Asempa

I am Nana Asempa An A-listed controversial blogger at Ghana's leading entertainment site GhanaCelebrities.Com, from Accra. I am a reggae music lover. Contact me @ [email protected]