Late Exopa model, Belinda Akosua Asiamah, will be buried Saturday, September 10.
The Asiamah family made the announcement over the weekend.
There will be a church service at the Resurrection Fire Ministry International in Madina, Accra, at 9:00am after which her remains will be laid to rest at the Madina cemetery.
Everybody will later be seated at the Echoring Hill, close to Madina Social Welfare, to continue her funeral rites.
The 24-year-old model, actress and video vixen died after she allegedly complained of stomach ache.
The exact ailment that caused her demise, however, remains unknown as the hospital has allegedly not handed over her postmortem report to her family.
Until her untimely death, Belinda was a rising star. She started gaining prominence in Ghana’s entertainment industry with her works.
She started gaining spotlight from a modelling talent show by the Exopa Modelling Agency dubbed Exopa New Faces, where she became a first runner-up at the runway event.
Later, she was featured in Guru’s ‘Boys Abr3’ video and also Obrafour’s ‘Pimpinaa’ video.
In 2015, she was also featured in Yvonne Nelson’s award-winning movie, ‘If Tomorrow Never Comes’, playing one of the unusual scenes in the movie.
Her death adds to the disturbing number of Ghanaian entertainers who have passed this year, following revelations by a man of God that a lot of entertainment personalities will die within 2016.
She is the second Ghanaian model to have died this year.
Source: Daily Guide
|Disclaimer: Opinions expressed here are those of the writers and do not reflect those of Peacefmonline.com. Peacefmonline.com accepts no responsibility legal or otherwise for their accuracy of content. Please report any inappropriate content to us, and we will evaluate it as a matter of priority.|