Thanks to Social Media, fans are able to follow the proceedings of their idols. On Facebook, Talented Songstress and sister of Akosua Agyapong, Stephanie Benson has announced that, she is involved in a near fatal accident. In her own words unedited, she wrote;
“Hi guys, I had a car accident in Ghana, sadly was quite devastating, but I am recovering nicely. Unfortunately, some bystanders, while the car was on fire, and upside down, stole my UK, US and Ghana phones and a few other things from the car. Wonderful people!! I have lost all my contacts for Friends from UK and US. The backup was on my iPad, which was stolen too! I was able to retrieve my contacts and friends from Ghana from my home computer but not the others. Please send me your nos guys or call me. Love you x.”
www.233times.com is following up on it and would update Readers.
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