Family Of The Soldier Who Perished With Ebony To Visit ‘Nogokpo’ To Find His ‘Killer’

February 13, 2018 at 11:26
Family Of The Soldier Who Perished With Ebony To Visit 'Nogokpo' To Find His 'Killer'

A family member of soldier who perished with Ebony, LCpl. Francis Atsu Vondee, says the family believes their beloved was sent to protect Ebony by a higher officer.

According to Ian Mcwillis, who is believed to relate to the late soldier, Atsu did not leave post and go with Ebony without permission as per reports of the military. Instead, he says he believes  someone in higher authority ordered him to protect Ebony

Ian Mcwillis, in a Facebook post says whoever sent him to protect Ebony is responsible for his death. Adding that the person must not go scot-free.

He has therefore warned the Ghana Armed Forces to provide whoever assigned their late brother to  or face their wrath. He however gives the military an ultimatum to name that person or they (his family and friends) would visit a shrine and curse that person.

Mr. Ian Mcwillis wrote…

“Who’s the big man who feels ebony needs protection and sent our Atsu to die like a fowl?we the family, friends and the entire Adidome township want to know who ordered atsu. atsu was a discipline guy. they now want to make it look like atsu was a bad boy.start speaking the truth. i smell a rat. Atsu wil avenge his death.we will look 4 the sender.”Mafi Kutupong,Melemewowoe be Yenormewadui”.u want this poor soul face the marshal court? hmmmm.the big man who sent Atsu to protect ebony speak b4 ur families start dying same death.am very bitter and serious. don’t think dead men don’t talk.A tsu wil be buried like ‘ametsivume”. # who sent Atsu Francis Vondee to protect ebony?”.

LCpl. Atsu Vondee lost his life in on Thursday February 8, 2018 in a gory car collision. He was in the company of dancehall artiste, Ebony Reigns and her childhood friend Franky.

The late Francis Atsu Vondee was a military person at the Ghana Air force. His station was at the Accra Air force Base in Burma Camp in Accra. However, reports says t military didn’t officially deploy him for the bodyguard duties. According to them, he was doing “purely private and personal business”.

His uniform is also serving a 40-day punishment in detention in a guardroom as per their laws according to reports.




  1. rip

  2. lets dig and find the truth

  3. rest in peace

  4. RIP

  5. so sad, may he rip

  6. Hmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm

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