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Speeding motorbike killed Vybrant Faya after leaving Accra Mall

By Michael Eli Dokosi
Vybrant Faya
Vybrant Faya
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If there was anyone who was most associated with deceased entertainer, Vybrant Faya, that man is veteran reggae-dancehall practitioner Mr. Logic alias Emmanuel Barnes.

True, after his ‘Mampi’ hit song, Faya had struggled to land another good tune but with a recorded song on his hands, Faya decided to reason with his management so that as a team they could all drink some of the ‘soup’ when his latest offering became a banger.

Mr. Logic despite peeved by treatment he perceived as mean meted out to his mentee by sections of the media in not helping fly Faya’s tune, he nonetheless informed Daybreak Hitz’s KMJ on Monday that a meeting between Vybrant Faya, family relations, management and the record label had been concluded to iron out differences so that impediments were dismantled for a smooth comeback.

Mr Logic, part of Shatta Movement Family (SMF) was to have been part of the meeting but ill health constrained him.

“For the past week, there have been a whole lot of issues with Vybrant Faya and his management. He was in the process of solving it… The label SMF is different from his management by contract from day one; before the ‘Mampi’ song was released. He has a management and an executive label. Anything about Vybrant Faya, both parties should agree,” he submitted.

“They were done with the meeting. He had gotten to the Accra Mall and was stepping to cross the road. Unfortunately, a motorbike with a high speed knocked him,” he added.

Any such hopes of a comeback are all memories now.

Vybrant Faya real name Emmanuel Kojo Quayeson had an accident on the Tema Motorway and despite efforts to revive him died at the 37 Military Hospital in Accra on Sunday, October 23.