"The tongue of the dead can never rot," according to a saying. Many veteran and current Ghanaian celebrities have died in recent years. Many others did not believe it until they saw the body with their own eyes, like in the case of Ebony, Bob Santo, and the others. Agya Manu just joined the ancestors after succumbing to an undisclosed illness that was never revealed to the general world. Families and loved ones have done their utmost to arrange a proper burial for the departed soul.
Before he became ill, Agya Manu appeared in a television series, in which a small bit of his character was cut to honor his good deeds while he was still living. Agya Manu was walking with a companion when they came upon a woman in the video. His friend was interested in the lady, and Agya Manu had to act as the link between the two.
His friend was the type of man who avoided talking to women, so Agya Manu had to step in to assist him. This article was not created just for the video, but rather to remind everyone that we all have one day, so be cautious of what you do while you have it since you never know when that one day will come knocking.
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