During Ebony’s funeral last Saturday, Reverend Dr. Lawrence Tetteh happened to be the preacher man to grace the burial service.
Due to a number of things he put across during his sermon, some Ghanaians have decided to criticize him.
The renowned preacher disclosed in his sermon that, he paid for the casket of the late musician, paid for the hearse and took care of mortuary bills.
However, Dr. Lawrence Tetteh has been criticised for making his act of generosity public and the black colour of the coffin with symbols depicting the signs of ‘illuminati’ embossed on it, has also been questioned.
The founder and leader of UK-based Worldwide Miracle Outreach, took advantage of the Adom TV show he was on yesterday evening, and spoke about the black coffin the late dancehall artist was put in.
He made known that, the black coffin was not his choice, and that though he paid for it, he gave the father an option to choose what type of coffin he wanted.
www.entertainmentgh.com could evidently tell in his response that, indeed, he had never seen a black coffin in his life.
Born Priscilla Opoku-Kwarteng, Ebony Reign died in a gory road accident with two others on the Sunyani-Kumasi highway while returning to Accra after visiting her mother on February 8, 2018.
You can watch the interview below: