Ghanaians woke up this morning to one of the most pathetic, obnoxious and absurd things ever heard and seen across the globe.
A video shows a man in the morgue standing over the two corpses of Ebony and Franky Kuri. Both are n*ked and the video shows the man fondling the bodies whilst he talks to some companions off camera.
The man is believed to be the head of the Bechem Government Hospital Mortuary where both bodies were deposited at the time the accident occurred.
The said mortuary man with a tribal mark on his left cheek was seen holding the head of Franky Kuri while staring at her concurrently.
“Unbelievable! Life is too short,” he said and left hold of the head.
“I have taken footage of it. If I see it on social media, I will hold you responsible because I won’t share it.” Another person is heard as saying.
Moments after that, the camera captures the same man fondling Ebony’s corpse. He continues until the one taking footage asked him to take off his hands just so he films his preferred part.
Unfortunately the video went viral, until recent reports claim it’s been shut down by Facebook.
The despicable act, which is disrespectful I’m sure to almost every culture in the world has since led to a public outrage. Many Ghanaians in and out of the country are calling for heads to roll.
We can’t show the video but honestly this is disgusting and the perpetrators must not go scot-free.
Final Funeral rites of the three deceased;
The final funeral rites for Franky Kuri is on Saturday 3rd March. Her burial service will be held at the Prince of Peace Catholic Church-Kwashieman in Accra.
That of Ebony and LCpl Francis Atsu Vondee are on 17th and 23rd of March, 2018 respectively.
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March 4, 2019
March 4, 2019