In recent years, Ghanaians have witnessed the deaths of many artists, but their memories still remain with us.
In this report, we bring you 5 celebrities who are no longer with us, but their memories continue to comfort us.
John Evans Kwadwo, popularly known as Bob Santo, passed away in 2002 at the age of 67. The actor was popular for his sense of humor in movies and his frankness.
Santo didn’t want to give an eye to the way he approaches a situation in a movie and, at times, nailed the role to perfection without scripts.
Actress Suzzy Williams passed away at age 23 in a fatal accident. The young actress was almost at the peak of her career when it all came to a halt in 2005.
Suzzy appeared in major Ghanaian movies and was highly sought after. She appeared on the television series “Things we do for love” and in films such as The Comforter, Mothers Heart, Bloody Mary, Calamity, and Mr. Lover Boy in Ghana.
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Kwame Owusu Ansah
The actor died in 2008 after an accident on the Accra-Tema highway in his Toyota Camry. His car collided with a cargo truck and was pronounced dead at Korle-Bu University Hospital. Kwame Owusu-Ansah appeared in about 60 films before his death in 2008.
Bishop Bernard Nyarko
Bishop Bernard Nyarko, an actor from Kumawood, passed away after a serious illness. The actor who became a full-time preacher died in 2020.
His death came as a shock to many Ghanaians, as the few who knew of his illness were shocked upon learning of his death. He shares the same death anniversary with the late actor Kwame Owusu Ansah.
Priscilla Opoku-Kwarteng (Ebony Reign)
Ghanaian dancehall/Afrobeats artist Ebony Reigns died after her car collided with a bus. According to police, the 20-year-old singer was from Sunyani heading towards Kumasi when she collided head-on with a VIP bus heading towards Sunyani from Kumasi.
Her death left a hole in the hearts of many Ghanaians, as many still struggle to believe that the talented singer no longer exists.