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I Never Fingered Ebony’s Corpse – Mortuary Man Finally Opens Up On Accusations



The mortuary man who worked on the late dancehall star, Ebony’s dead body has spoken for the first time in years after being accused of fingering and having sex with the corpse.

Mr Ebenezer Essilifie, who is the Ashanti Regional Chairman of Mortuary Workers Association came into the limelight after a video of him having access to Ebony’s body at the morgue popped up on social media.

He was accused of fingering and sleeping with the late star but he has now denied the allegations insisting no mortuary man will sleep with a dead corpse.

According to a report by online news portal, mynewsgh, Mr Ebenezer Essilifie explained “Let me take this opportunity to address certain issues for the first time. I was the mortuary man who worked on Ebony’s dead body and I was accused of sleeping with her and fingering her”

“Though I decided not to pay attention to the rumor and decided not to talk about it but I want to clear this perception Ghanaians have about mortuary men. No mortuary man will have time to sleep with a dead body”

He added that “When I was at the mortuary working on Ebony’s dead body, police investigators came to the hospital and told me to open the body for them to do their investigation”

“There was a mark at her forehead and under her stomach so I was wearing gloves and used my head to open her trouser for the investigators to get access to do their investigation”.

“Later I heard Ghanaians saying the mortuary man who is working on Ebony’s dead body has been caught sleeping with her at the mortuary. I was shocked after hearing that because I didn’t such a thing”, he was quoted by mynewsgh.

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