About $21,000 will be needed to transport the human remains Anokye Supremo from India to Ghana, close family has said, while appealing to Ghanaians to help raise the needed amount.
The father, Mr. Kwadwo Barfo ,says the famiy want to give the late musician a befitting burial as the customs demand.
Speaking in an interview on ‘Adom FM’s Entertainment Show’, Mr. Barfo revealed that $21,000 is an outstanding balance to be settled as part o f cost incurred at the hospital where his son died.
He also revealed that aside this bill, there is an extra bill they would have to pay to the private mortuary where the body is at the moment because the government hospital where he was operated stated they couldn’t keep his remains for more than 2 days.
Again, the third bill the family is relying on the good people of Ghana to pay is the money to be paid in order to convey Anokye Supremo’s remains from India to Ghana for burial.
Anokye Supremo’s father ended his sad revelation by calling on the many benevolent people who promised to in one way or the other help when his son appeared on Kofi TV show to help the family by fulfilling their promise now.
Anokye Supremo aka Daddy Lumba Junior died in a coma on 30th January 2019 in India after he had gone for a brain tumor surgery.
The highlife act was battling for his life for weeks after he was admitted at the Rabindranath Tagore International Institute of Cardiac Sciences, Mukundapur in India.