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MUSIGA visit late Ronnie Coaches’ family (Photos)

He was a member of sensational hiplife group Buk Bak, which also had Prince Bright (Bling Sparkles) as a member.

Some members of the Musicians Union of Ghana (MUSIGA) led by its President, Bice Osei Kuffour, on Friday afternoon, November 22, have paid a visit to the family of the late hiplife musician, Ronnie Coaches, at Bubuashie in Accra.

The group also included 4x4 (Coded, Captain Planet and Fresh Prince), Pope Skinny, Pastor Bernard Amankwah, Dr. Poh, and K2 visited the family house of the late musician, where they shared their heartfelt condolences with the family head, the artiste's mother and siblings.
Speaking on behalf of musicians in Ghana, the Greater Accra Chairman of MUSIGA, Tic Tac said: “Ronnie's death is a big blow to the entire music industry."
"We pray that you remain strong at this trying moment and that the Almighty God rests our brother’s soul in eternal peace,” Tic Tac added.
He continued by assuring the family of MUSIGA's support towards giving the late musician a befitting funeral.
Ronnie, 36, died Thursday morning at the Korle Bu Teaching Hospital after a heart attack.

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