Daasebre Gyamenah’s family say they won’t allow the late musician to be buried hours after he died in line with Islamic tradition. Ac...
According to the family, the musician, although he was a Muslim, he will not be buried in line with Islamic tradition because he was a royal from the New Juaben Traditional Area.
The remains of the musician has been conveyed from the Korle-Bu Teaching Hospital (KBTH) en route to Koforidua.
Daasebre Gyamenah, 44, according to his manager Papa Loggy, passed away Friday, while he was on admission at the 37 Military Hospital.
Papa Loggy confirmed on Daybreak Hitz with KMJ that the late artiste had not been well for some time now and had been in and out of the hospital.
The late musician’s manager explained to Myjoyonline.com that Daasebre’s wife informed him that the highlife artiste was on admission at the 37 Military Hospital where he died Friday morning.
His body, he added, was then transferred to the KBTH morgue.
Daasebre Gyamenah was expected to be buried on Friday after Jumah prayers according to Islamic tradition.
But Yaw Boateng, an uncle to the late highlife musician, speaking in an interview with Myjoyonline.com, said his remains will be deposited at the St Joseph’s morgue in Koforidua as soon as it arrives from Accra.
The added that the family will later meet to plan the way forward.