Following a year after Ghanaian dancehall artiste, Ebony Reigns perished in a road accident, budding rapper, Qwesi Qorang is worried over why the driver who was behind the steering wheel has not made any public comment.
Qwesi believes the driver who survived after the accident will be the best person to give a true account of what led to the accident.
He lamented why the discussion was centred on Ebony’s father, Nana Opoku Kwarteng and her former Manager-Ricky Nana Agyemang popularly known as Bullet.
“I always think about why the driver who survived the ghastly accident is not giving his account of what happened after a year of the accident.
“The discussions were always spotlighted on Ebony Reigns’ father, Nana Opoku Kwarteng and her Manager, Bullet. I think we have to hear from the driver too,” the Sunyani-based rapper said in an interview with Ark FM’s Royal Servant.
“After the sadden incident authorities assured us that the road would be fixed…but up to now, I am sure they haven’t delivered on their promise. We are losing a lot of people through road crashes and they have to be up and doing. Many people talked about this because Ebony was popular. If she wasn’t popular, I do not think Ghanaians would have talked about it the way we did. We forget about things so easily…always singing about it won’t happen chorus but it still it do happen,” Qwesi Qorang stressed.
A year after the demise of Ebony Reigns, Franklina Maame Yaa Taboa Nkansah (Franky Kuri) and military officer, Francis Atsu Vondee, Qwesi Qorang has released a road safety campaign song titled ‘Akwan Hyia’.