Ebony Reigns Told Me She Will Return – Mother


Madam Beatrice Oppong, the mother of late Ghanaian singerEbony Reigns, who died in a road accident on February 8th, has mentioned that her daughter has given her the assurance that she will return. The mother says her late daughter visited her and he mentioned to her that she will be back soon while she was trying to console her.

The grieving mother made this revelation in an interview with Andy Dosty on Hitz FM. According to her, her daughter paid her a visit in her dreams and asked her to stop grieving. She then went further to say that the singer assured her that she is definitely coming back. She said the singer told her:

Maa m?san aba” to mean ‘Mum I shall return’.

You’ll recall that Ebony Reigns, died in a fatal accident on her way to Accra alongside her friend and Personal Assistant, with the Air-force personnel that served as a bodyguard to the popular singer.

The singer would have celebrated her 21st birthday on the 16th February. Despite her demise, friends and families gathered together to celebrate the singer. Her mother, Beatrice Oppong wished her late daughter a happy birthday “wherever she may be” and said she really loves her.

Madam Beatrice had earlier visited the scene of the accident to ascertain for herself what caused the death of her beloved daughter. It was noted that the accident could have been avoided if the contractor that was handling the road construction had taken enough time to complete the road project.

The vehicle that Ebony Reigns was traveling in was reported to have had a head-on collision with another bus on the other lane just as they tried to avoid a heap of sand that was in their lane. She said:

“I hereby call on all the authorities entrusted with safety and maintenance on our roads to be proactive. Everyone involved in road construction must take safety seriously to ensure that the live of the roads users are not endangered.

If the contractor responsible for that stretch of road had sped up with his work, my daughter might not have died as she traveled on that road”