Pray for celebs— DKB to Ghanaians

Pray for celebs— DKB to Ghanaians

Stand-up comedian, Derick Kobina Bonney, known by his stage name DKB has expressed the need for Ghanaians to pray for the celebrities in the country.

According to him, famous people always face tragic incidents at the discharge of their duties.

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His appeal comes on the back of rapper, Ayibge Edem who allegedly knocked down and killed a 40-year old naked woman after coming from the United Showbiz on Sunday, December 10, 2023 on the George Walker Bush Highway.

The musician was charged with two counts of careless and inconsiderate driving and negligently causing harm.

However, DKB in a video posted on his Instagram page narrated a number of near fatal accidents he had also been involved in.

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“We famous people ….I mean celebrities, we dey see things o. On two different occasions on the Achimota -Kumasi highway while going home from shows, two mad people crossed my path. One was a lady and one was a guy. You will never know where they came from. It was only God,” he said.

DKB further narrated some spiritual encounters which has made him appeal to Ghanaians to assist famous people in prayers.

“One time on the flyover, I encountered kitchen stools. It is not everything we talk about. Freshly constructed kitchen stools and I had to drive through it because if I dodge it, guess what will happen. So we dey see we dey encounter things. Pray for us,” he said.

The comedian also advised the media not to make Edem’s near fatal accident a topic for discussion.

“Ghanaian showbiz players, I really beg you guys, please cut Edem some slack. To be honest this issue is a very tragic one and I think it will be insensitive to be discussing it on radio. You can imagine how he is feeling now, so please cut him some slack,” he added.


Joyceline Natally Cudjoe

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