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Daasebre Gyamenah Remains of artiste returns home as family reject Islamic burial

The remains of the New Juaben royal would be deposited at the St Joseph’s morgue in Koforidua upon arrival.

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  play Late Daasebre Gyamenah (ghanastreets.com)

The remains of Daasebre Gyamenah was transported to his hometown, Koforidua, in the Eastern Region of Ghana Friday afternoon after he passed in the morning in Accra.

Daasebre Gyamenah, 44, according to his manager Papa Loggy, passed away on Friday July 29, while he was on admission at the  Korle-Bu Teaching Hospital.

Meanwhile, the family of the late Daasebre Gyamenah’s has indicated that even though the musician was a Muslim, he would not be buried in line with the Islamic tradition because of his royal status.

The remains of the New Juaben royal would be deposited at the St Joseph’s morgue in Koforidua upon arrival.

According to his uncle, Yaw Boateng who spoke on Accra-based Joy FM, the family would have a meeting to plan the way forward.

Manager of the artiste, Mr Loggy said the news of his death was confirmed by close family sources. He was reportedly found unconscious in the late hours of Thursday night.

Daasebre Gyamenah was a converted Islam with the name Abubakar Sadique.

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