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Vybrant Faya
This is very sad news for Ghana’s entertainment industry and all members of SMF.

Ghanaian dancehall artist, Emmanuel Kojo Quayeson popularly known as Vybrant Faya has died following a motor accident on Sunday.

News Hunter Magazine’s sources say the ‘Mampi’ hitmaker passed on at the 37 Military Hospital in Accra after he had a motor accident on the Tema motorway, on Sunday 23rd October 2016.

A member of SMF Communication Team, Kelly Nii Lartey Mensah says it is heartbreaking news for the management of Shatta Movement Family (SMF).

Read Kelly’s Full Statement Below:

Management of SMF received heartbreaking news of the death of dancehall musician and award winning entertainer Emmanuel Kojo Quayeson known by his stage name as Vybrant faya at the 37 Military Hospital in Accra after being involved in motor accident on the Tema motorway, on Sunday 23rd October 2016.

We are shocked and in total state of sorrow. We met with Vybrant and some of his family members on Sunday afternoon around 3pm and had a rather good discussion. Few hours after their departure we had a telephone call that Vybrant Faya had been admitted at the 37 Military Hospital after being involved in an accident.

A team from SMF was quickly dispatched to the hospital only to be told that our brother has passed on. We are grief-stricken and cannot hold back our tears. Our deep condolences to the family. Family of Vybrant Faya is yet to release official statement on the issue. May Allah find a peaceful place for you brother till we meet.

Source: Newshuntermag.com

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