AB Crentsil’s One Week Observation To Be Held In Tema This Month
One week observation for AB Crentsil on Aug. 13
CELEBRATION of life begins for the late Ghanaian Highlife veteran, AB Crentsil with a one week observation service at the Bethel Methodist Church, Tema Community 8 on Saturday, August 13, 2022.
AB Crentsil known for several hits songs such as Devil, Atia, Juliana, I Go Pay You Tomorrow, Papa Shamo, Ayen among other songs died at The Bank Hospital, Accra on Wednesday, July13, 2022.
According to the Abrodze Ebusua of Ewoya family, after the service, the celebration will continue with a gathering at the Community 8 Number 2 School Park where the final funeral and burial plans would be made known.
AB Crentsil was born in 1943, in Prestea in the Western Region. He had his primary and middle school education at the Takoradi Methodist Primary and Rev Cleveland Middle School respectively.
After his middle-school examinations, he worked as an electrical apprentice under his father, who was Works Superintendent of the technical branch of Ghana Railways at Takoradi.