Ghanaians on social media and the general public who have heard of the leak, yet again, of Ebony’s mortuary nakedness are demanding a swift, deterrent punishment for the mortuary attendants who captured the naked body of late Dancehall Songstress Ebony and her friend Franky Kuri to share on social media.
The video, as mynewsgh.com earlier reported, was taken by two mortuary attendants, one with a rubber-gloved hand handling the bodies for the video to be shot, even touching the bodies of the late Ebony and her friend inappropriately as if to test for the hardness or softness of their bodies- and in the case of Ebony, extending his hand down to touch and play with her navel piercing rings between his fingers as he called for his ‘video assistant’ to shoot well.
Many have expressed fears about what else these men could have done to the bodies off camera.
Meanwhile his face (one of the culprits) was captured fully and showed clearly in the camera at a period in the shooting.
The yet to be identified duo, one of whom is seen here, are those behind the videos.
Ghanaians on social media have expressed outrage about the development and are calling for punishment to be meted out to those responsible, especially now that one of them has been captured.
At MyNewsGh.com, as a policy, we are unable to under whatever circumstances publish such images and videos for its very high sensitivity and the disrespect it portray.
Ebony, born Priscilla Opoku Kwarteng, died in a tragic accident on the Sunyani-Kumasi road with two others after paying a visit to her mother who had returned from the United Kingdom.
Ebony is due to be buried on 17th March, 2018 while her good friend Franky Kuri goes home on March 3rd this year. The Military, having concluded all investigations on Ebony’s alleged ‘bodyguard’, Airman Lance Corporal Francis Atsu Vondee, the family will bury their son on March 23rd, 2018.
Mynewsgh.com wishes to advise members of the public to desist from sharing such graphics on social media, under whatever circumstances.