The Ghanaian entertainment industry and Ghanaians as a whole will never these two amazing talents who lost their lives at their peak in the industry. What is shocking is that, they both lost their lives through road accident and they were both in their 20s. Suzzy Williams and Ebony’s death still remains fresh in the heart of many Ghanaians.
Suzzy Williams was a very big name in the movie industry some years ago, from the early 200s till when she died in 2005 she was the reigning queen of the Ghana movie industry. Her best friend in the industry was Nana Ama Mc Brown as they also resembled each other.Suzzy Williams died on the 8th Of September, 2005 in a car crash at Labadi La - Nungua highly way at about 1:30 am. Her death shocked Ghanaians and the world as she was loved by many for her talent and beauty.
Ebony One of Ghana’s talented musician who had a great future and career, but was all cut short after she met her untimely death on the 8th of February, 2018 whiles returning form Sunyani to Accra after visiting her mother. She died at the age of 24 years
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