As monitored by Abrantepa.com, Mr. Kwarteng admitted that he may not have crosschecked well enough to know about the bookings, but urged all to exercise patience, adding that the public will be updated after a meeting with the Chief of Staff, Monday.
“I announced the venue but maybe my homework was not well done or something. Let’s hold on. We are meeting the Chief of Staff on Monday to finalize issues. After that, we will brief the country about the development,” he noted.
At the one week observance of the death of the artiste, the family announced March 17 as the burial day but said they were yet to decide on the venue for the funeral that is set to take over Accra.
The dancehall sensation has hit songs such as ‘Dancefloor,’ ‘Kupe,’ ‘Poison,’ ‘Date Ur Fada,’ ‘Hustle,’ ‘Maame Hwe’ among others.
Meanwhile, Franky Kuri’s burial service has been held at the Prince of Peace Catholic Church, Kwashieman in Accra, Saturday, March 3.